Were there intelligent civilizations on our planet prior to our human race? What did the ancients believe about the giants documented in various pre-historic writings who wreaked havoc in the Antediluvian age? Did they survive the Great Deluge? What does DNA tell us about the Neanderthals? Who was the mysterious biblical Melchizedek of Abraham's day? Can the origin of the Hyksos kings of the 15th Egyptian Dynasty be identified? Did the "Witch of Endor" really conjure the spirit of Samuel at the bidding of King Saul? What happened to the "Ten Lost Tribes" of Israel?
Using in-depth comparisons with ancient texts, coupled with archeological and DNA findings, biblical scholar and genealogist Stan St. Clair attacks these and other difficult questions of historical significance. You may find some surprising conclusions.
|Publisher:||Saint Clair Publications|
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About the Author
In 2003, he was knighted by the SMOTJ as a Knight Templar. His first book, A Proud Heritage, the James Ansel Vinson Family Story , was published in 1999, and his nostalgic poetry has appeared in newspapers, magazines, and books locally, nationally, and internationally. In 2004 he was recognized in The International Who's Who In Poetry, and was featured in their annual publication (Waterman Press, Owings Mills, Maryland, USA). Stan's second book, Prayers of Prophets, Knights and Kings, was released in 2006 by Trafford Publishing in Victoria, BC, Canada. He was selected for inclusion in the 2007-2008 Cambridge Who's Who Among Executives and Professionals.
He holds a professional designation of LUTCF, and has degrees in Religious Education and Sacred Literature from Covington College and Theological Seminary in Rossville, Georgia. He has been involved in religious education for many years, and has taught and spoken in nine denominations and many independent churches.
He owns a Final Expense marketing agency, American Benefit Services, currently in five states. He and his lovely wife, Rhonda, have traveled extensively to many exotic spots in several countries.
He is past president of his local Kiwanis Club, of which he is a charter member. Stan and Rhonda are active members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and live in McMinnville, Tennessee. Stan has four children, one step-daughter, and fourteen grandchildren