A Living God is the story of the Hyksos, forbears of the Hebrews. A people who called Egypt home for more than four hundred years. In the 14th Century BCE the Egyptian monarchy strove to remove the remaining Hyksos tribes from their land, and return it to the native Egyptians .
The Prince Thutmohsis was next in line to the throne, of Hyksos descent himself, he knew that his people would suffer the bigotry of the Egyptian ruling classes if he were to take the throne.
Fleeing Egypt under cover of darkness, he leaves his younger brother, the future King Ahkenaten to quell the hatred towards the desert tribes.
In doing so he sets in motion a path of events that will resonate down the centuries, and leave a lasting mark on both his country and his people.
Based on four years of research by the author and written over four books, "A Living God" raises the explosive possibility that an ancient Egyptian king, through political expediency, became the founder of Judaism and Israel, and became the God still worshipped around the world more than three thousand years later.
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About the Author
Charles Andrew served in the British Army from the mid 1980's until 2002. Since retiring he has nurtured a passion for biblical history and archaeology. "A Living God" is the first book of his "Book of Amen" trilogy. Charles lives in Gloucestershire, England, with his wife, four children and a similar amount of cats.