Phineas Nyabera’s newly released “The Trial of the Egyptian Pharaoh” is a chronological retelling of the reign of the Egyptian Pharaoh and how God saved His people

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“The Trial of the Egyptian Pharaoh” from Christian Faith Publishing author Phineas Nyabera is a riveting account that follows the story of the Pharaoh’s trial, the Israelites, the Plaintiffs against the Pharaoh, Egypt’s king, and Defendant.

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“The Trial of the Egyptian Pharaoh”: a bible-inspired detailing of the events that took place when the Israelites’ peaceful life took a hard turn when Joseph’s death paved the way for a new king. “The Trial of the Egyptian Pharaoh” is the creation of published author Phineas Nyabera, a life member of the International Economics Honor Society, the American Economist, and the Omicron Delta Epsilon. He is also a member of the Atlantic International Economics Society. He has since lectured Labor and Industrial Economics in several universities and also lectured Economics in several International Economic Conferences.

Nyabera shares, “This joyous book came out of my love for teaching. It is the product of teaching and lecturing in schools, universities, and prestigious conferences. The trial of the Egyptian Pharaoh was a case of human rights violations. Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, his officials, and the Egyptian people forced the Israel people into slavery and treated them with extreme cruelty.

“They forced the Israelites to do hard labor and they mercilessly oppressed them and heavily exploited them. The Israelites cried to God and God agreed with them.

“God appeared to Moses in the burning bush and sent him to Pharaoh to tell him to let the Israelites leave Egypt, the land of slavery, and go to Canaan, the promised land flowing with milk and honey.

“God gave Moses two miraculous signs and wonders to perform before Pharaoh and his officials. God hoped that the two miraculous signs will convince Pharaoh and he will let the Israelite leave Egypt and go to Canaan. In his famous call to Pharaoh, God ordered, ‘Let my people go.’
“Moses and Aaron went to Pharaoh in Egypt and told him everything that God wanted him to do. Let the people go. But the Pharaoh, king of Egypt, refused to let the Israelites go out of Egypt. He refused to let God’s people go out of Egypt, the land of slavery.

“Pharaoh, king of Egypt, adamantly asked Moses, ‘Who is the Lord, that I should obey him and let Israel go? I do not know the Lord and I will not let Israel go.’

“Then Moses left Pharaoh alone but God sent him back again. Moses and Aaron threw Moses’s staff on the ground in front of Pharaoh and his official. Then Moses’s staff turned into a great snake. Pharaoh watched the great snake crawl in front of him. Then Pharaoh summoned his wise men, and his sorcerers, and the Egyptian magicians, and ordered them to do what Moses and Aaron did in front of him and his officials.
“The wise men, the sorcerers, and the great magicians of Egypt threw their staffs in front of Pharaoh and his official, but their staffs turned into small snakes and Moses’s great snake swallowed them all.

“However, those miraculous signs and wonders did not deter or stop Pharaoh from his stubbornness. He refused to let God’s people go out of Egypt and God decided to take this case to a higher level.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Phineas Nyabera’s new book is an illuminating read that is written to share the happenings of times past. This manuscript also helps the future generation in knowing and understanding the biblical events that took place before their time.

View a synopsis of “The Trial of the Egyptian Pharaoh” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “The Trial of the Egyptian Pharaoh” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “The Trial of the Egyptian Pharaoh,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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