I’m pleased to announce that another new free segment from one of my books has just been posted at my website for readers to review. It is from The Origins and Empire of Ancient Israel, the first book in my 4-book series about the history, migrations, empires and modern locations of the ten tribes of Israel. These books utilize and reconcile secular historical accounts and biblical narratives and prophecies to show that the Bible’s accounts are true and that God has been actively involved with the ten tribes of Israel through all periods of human history. The Table of Contents for this book is also included below to enable readers to realize the full range of topics covered in this book.

The topics examined in this book include the patriarchal period of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the life of Joseph, the period of the Exodus (including physical evidence of the Israelites’ presence in ancient Egypt), the Israelites’ rise to national power under King David and Assyria’s failed war against Israel during David’s reign, Solomon’s global empire and fabulous wealth and wisdom, etc. There are many interesting sections which could have been offered as free segments for you to review, but I chose the portion of the book which documents that King Solomon’s Empire (mistakenly called the “Phoenician Empire” in textbooks) had a global impact. The free text portion includes photographic evidence of artifacts and inscriptions which confirm that the ancient Israelites explored and colonized ancient North America. This segment also examines why history texts have mistakenly labeled King Solomon’s Israelite Empire as the “Phoenician Empire” instead. I felt this segment would especially appeal to North American readers who have been erroneously taught that ancient civilizations were not present in North America.

The prior free segment of text from my book, Parthia–The Forgotten Ancient Superpower, can still be read by clicking on the books link at this website. The free text segment is accessible at the link underneath the book’s cover photo.

It is my hope this free segment of text from this book will inspire you to realize how accurate and relevant the Bible’s narratives really are in documenting the history of mankind on this earth. If, after reading the free text segment from the book, you wish to order this book; you may do so on-line by clicking on the “books” links at this website.


The Origins and Empire of Ancient Israel – Table of Contents


Chapter : God’s Covenant with Abraham    

The Blessings of the Abrahamic Covenant     

The Birth of Isaac  

The Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah    

Abraham’s Supreme Test    

Chapter : Isaac, Jacob and the Twelve Tribes of Israel   

The Life of Isaac    

Jacob Obtains the Birthright by Deceit    

Jacob’s Twelve Sons    

Jacob’s Name Changed to “Israel”    

Joseph’s Brothers Sell Him into Slavery    

Chapter : Joseph and the Israelites in Ancient Egypt   

Joseph—The Egyptian Slave and Prisoner    

Joseph—The Ruler of Egypt    

The Israelites Migrate to Egypt    

The Birthright Given to Ephraim and Manasseh     

Evidence of Israelites in Ancient Egypt   

Chapter : Moses, the Exodus, and the Promised Land

Moses and the Exodus of Israel from Egypt  

The Real “Mount Sinai”   

Israel in the Wilderness and the Promised Land  

Israelite Tribes and the “Sea Peoples”   

Chapter : King David and Israel’s Rise to Greatness

Israel, Tyre and Sidon form the “Phoenician” Alliance  

Israel Defeats Assyria and Becomes an Empire  

The “Israelites” and “Jews” as Separate Hebrew People  

King David’s Global Preparations for the Temple of God  

Chapter : King Solomon’s “Golden Age” & Empire of Israel

King Solomon’s Wisdom and Divine Favor  

King Solomon’s Global “Phoenician” Empire  

Phoenician Maritime Skills  

Israelite Colonies in the New World  

Israel’s “Phoenician” Empire  

The Alphabet and other “Phoenician” Inventions   

King Solomon’s Wealth and International Fame   

The Dedication of the Temple of God   

The Decline of King Solomon   



Index: Scripture

Index: Persons, Places, Subjects