The Sun Shone Only In Goshen: The Effect of the Exodus on Akhenaten in Egypt



For more than thirty years, Dr. Larry S. Milner, MD, JD, MLS, has researched the scholarly arguments that attempt to discredit the biblical history of the Jewish people’s escape to freedom from Egypt. His conclusions are presented in this historical novel,. “The Sun Shone Only In Goshen” is presented with an academic viewpoint, but written in a fascinating fictional style.

The Bible tells us that the Israelite nation, enslaved for hundreds of years in Egypt, was saved by YHWH, their one and only God, and led out of Egypt by Moses in a great Exodus, after a series of ten plagues were inflicted on the land of Egypt to punish Amenhotep III, the reigning Pharaoh who would not allow the Hebrews to leave. Some believe that his son, Amenhotep IV, known as Akhenaten, was the world’s first monotheist, and not Moses, but read why Dr. Milner contends that his concept of the sun-god Aten as the all-powerful god was generated by the events of the Exodus.

Who was this Akhenaten?

Who was Moses?

And when did the Exodus take place?

The subject is contentious, yet authentic. Readers will find the answers to these compelling questions and others as this captivating drama unfolds.

  • Paperback: 124 pages
  • Author: Dr. Larry S. Milner
  • ISBN-13: 978-1936778058


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