There is lacking in our educational system across the United States a curriculum that teaches and emphasizes the attributes of integrity based upon honesty and truth. Where and when did such attributes of truth, justice, and righteousness evolve? Was it revealed to mankind as revelations from God or developed by the experiences of different communities interacting with one another to establish harmony between their people? Our educators can provide answers to their students based upon an ancient civilization that created awe inspiring temples, pyramids and monuments due to their beliefs that embodied the attributes of truth, righteousness, and justice.
Below is an Internet link that presents a paper written for The Clute Institute to motivate educators to examine the book Future of God Amen for use in their classrooms.
The paper titled, “Provide History of Religion and God.” was noticed by ERIC (Education Resource and Information Center) and placed on the Internet. ERIC is sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Department of Education.
It offers a wealth of historical information of the development of Egypt’s civilization and religious beliefs. The author reveals how their beliefs were emulated by other groups of people to develop the major religions of today; namely, the Judaic, Christian, and Islamic religions. In addition, a comprehensive critique of the Torah, Gospels, and the Qur’an is given to demonstrate the connectivity of these scriptures to Egyptian hymns and religious beliefs. Finally, the author takes the reader further to study recommendations and solutions of the differences in religious beliefs that have created bigotry, hatred, violence, and the killing of innocent people.
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