Hebraic Influences On Greek Philosophy And Mysticism: The Legacy Of Isaiah’s Anointing Of King Cyrus II Of Persia

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Historians and scholars will find favor with the research of Dr. Larry S. Milner, MD, JD, MLS, in his judicious analysis showing the connection between the ancient cultures of the Hebrews and Greeks.

In this book, Dr. Milner analyzes how it is possible that the Hebrews who remained with Moses after their exodus from Egypt could have influenced the development of Greek civilization.

In his previous books, Dr. Milner provides the connection of how the Hebrews who broke away from the Exodus also influenced the Mycenaean culture.

By compiling biblical manuscripts that were circulating throughout the lands of Israel and Judah during the Archaic Age in Greece, the opportunity was created for this material to be studied by the early Greek philosophers to discern answers to the questions they were raising about the nature of the world. These Hebraic concepts made more sense to the Greeks than those promoted by stories from other cultures. Dr. Milner points out that the proof of this is found in the many similarities between the writings of all the Greek philosophers, and the eventual completed biblical text.

  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Author: Dr. Larry S. Milner
  • ISBN-13: 978-1946124005

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