“All was done well, and I am very pleased with the enjoyable experience.”
C. Ray Wimberly, a licensed pilot, served as project engineer with NASA in the 1960s and later as Engineering Professor and Dean at major universities. Although for decades he was involved in the sciences and engineering, he also had a deep interest and curiosity in ancient history and the diversity of religions which led him to Egypt twice. In 1996, he traveled down the Nile River and visited tombs in the Valley of the Kings and the temple of Queen Hatshepsut. On his return trip in 1997, he ventured deep into the mysteries of Egypt, including the pyramids of Giza, the sphinx, and ancient ruins along the Nile. In 2001, he traveled to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, a short distance from Mecca, the holy city of Islam. Along the Red Sea he pondered Moses’ journey and how he and his followers might have crossed into the land of Shur described in the Hebrew Exodus from Egypt.
Only through truth can we understand who we are. Constantine and his bishops are credited for creating the early Bible in 313 AD. Canonized in 419 AD, this book would eventually morph into many versions, resulting in a host of religious beliefs and practices. Originally written by unknown Jewish scribes in ancient Hebrew and Greek languages, the Bible is the only source for many ancient and religious events. A Search for Truth in the Bible seeks out truths and untruths in the Bible. It also tries to provide an understanding of the seemingly unswerving faith that many religious practitioners have in the infallibility and power of the Bible, even though it has been shown to be flawed. From current versions of the Bible, including the Revised Standard Version, the book presents the results of studies by numerous biblical experts who have reviewed and commented on the validity of many ancient writings, including the Bible, and takes a fascinating in-depth look at one of the world’s most famous, enigmatic books.