Exploring the Origins of Man’s Concept of God

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Author Traces the Roots of Judaic, Christian, and Islamic Religions’ Beliefs in New Book

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God created man. But who created God? Readers are in for an insightful read as author Nicholas P. Ginex explores the origin of God and the history of religion in his new provocative and revealing book, Future of God Amen: A Call to Daughters and Sons of God.

Future of God Amen informs people about the beginning of God by providing a historical development of the Egyptian religion and its influence on the Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religions. The author’s core theme that the Egyptians integrated the concepts of truth, justice, righteousness, the soul, a hereafter, and embodied them in the belief of God is validated by Jesus Christ who acknowledged the Egyptian God Amen as, “the beginning of the creation of God” (Revelation 3:14).

After a critical review of the Torah, New Testament, and Koran, Mr. Ginex provides recommendations to assist perceptive and courageous leaders of the Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religions to resolve their differences and address the dire need to update their scriptures. They sorely need to unify their beliefs and teach the word of God – love one another.

About the Author
Nick Ginex is a retired Electrical Engineer with an MBA in Finance. He worked in design and distinguished himself in the support disciplines of Maintainability and Configuration Management (CM). As CM Manager of software and hardware products at top aerospace and commercial companies, his planning and organizational skills were applied for the successful operation of entire engineering projects.
His love for all people and desire to inform them about the influence of the Egyptian religion on the Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religions has motivated him to write this book – a book he hopes others will benefit by learning more about God and their purpose in life.

Future of God AMEN
A Call to Daughters and Sons of God
Nicholas P. Ginex
Black & White 6 X 9, Total Pages 373
Paperback; 978-1-4415-5307-2
Hardback; 978-1-4415-5308-9
eBook; 978-1-4415-7586-9
Full Color 8 ½ X 11, Total Pages 272
Softcover; 978-1-4500-3768-6
Hardcover; 978-1-4500-3769-3

Book featured at the Beijing-China Book Fair Aug 28 – Sep 2, 2013.

For other books by this author, visit http://www.futureofgodamen.com .

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