Hendersonville, Tenn. (PRWEB) February 21, 2012
Brian D. Starr has written a work that is very appealing to those students or scholars of genealogies that date back to the Bible. In Knights, Romans, Greeks and God the bloodlines of the Christian world are explored as well as the interrelationships that date back to the Egyptians. Most Christians would consider the topic important because written history has been so hard to preserve, gather and collate. Sources have not been reliable and families who have authentic documents have not been forthcoming in volunteering information because Christianity has been too mired in violent struggles and what the author calls “other factors.”
The Bible, first, last, and always is the source of all knowledge and wisdom for Christian people for the axial age – the age when various (and contending) world religions rose out of pre-history. Foremost among these religions is Judaism (arguably the first religion to worship one God). Starr’s work explores elements in Judaism such as the lineage of the Kings of Judah, Mary Magdalene’s descendants and such and has traced lineages right into the middle ages (when records were more reliable and families can trust to trace their roots with more accuracy).
The revenants of the Western world’s founding families have had much scholarship dedicated to it. The forces of history have not been kind to those who have claims to being principals and Starr takes careful note that whatever secrets he has divulged in this work are those which have had supporting documentation in other author’s works. The author’s thesis, though, is original and should be acknowledged by the academe as a source book.
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About the Author
Brian Daniel Starr was born in Ohio, lived in Pennsylvania, N.C., and became an author in Tennessee. The author is married for 21 years at the time of this writing to an English major, with a minor in linguistics. The author has a B.S. in Electronics Engineering from Thomas Edison State College and an Associate’s degree from Durham Technical Community College. The author likes to use words no bigger than five letters and has a certificate in communications from his service at Twenty Nine Palms California as a Radio Operator for the United States Marine Corps. The author has worked successfully in Engineering for 25 years, and has professional certification from the International Society of Automation. Genealogy has been the author’s hobby for the last 10 years, and was the Past Governor of the State of Tennessee Mayflower Society. He is a member of the Sons of the American Revolution serving as local chapter treasurer, the Order of Pirates and Privateers, the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of North Carolina, The Society of the Founders of Hartford, and is a past member of the Sons of Union Veterans. He has published 30 books to date and most are based on genealogy. They have been either of the Saints, of Kings that supported the Knighthood, or of his own family (as family books).
Knights, Romans, Greeks and God * by Brian D. Starr
Publication Date: August 29, 2011
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 191 pages; 978-1-4653-5334-4
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