Moses of Avaris is a story of brutal oppression and sweet deliverancem, of deep despair and wonderful hope, of love found, violently torn away and then regained. It considers the question of whether one should "turn the other cheek" to those seeking evel or retaliate with bitter vengence upon the evil doers,. It is also a story of political intrigue at the highest levels of the Egyptian monarchy. It is about two able and ambitious women seeking to assert themselves in a culture dominated by men. It is the tale of an innocent babe, condemed at birth to a watery grave but preserved by the power of God to be raised up as a prince and heir to a throne; who then rejects that crown, humbling himself before the divine presence and reciving a portion of power and authority such that would provoke the envy of all earthly rulers.
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About the Author
After the ware, the family resumed living in Corpus Christi and Bob graduated from W.B. Ray High School and Del Mar Jr. College. A twenty year career in the Submarine Service then followed. After retirement from the Navy, he earned a B.S. in Business and Public Administration. Bob then went on to complete a seventeen year career as an applications programmer for Frito-Lay. Retired in 2001, he spends his time doing that which he loves; service in the Church, genealogy, and writing historical/religious fiction.
Bob and his lovely wife Pat were married in 1962 and have three children and fourteen grandchildren.