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    The People That History Forgot

    The People That History Forgot
    Extended Second Edition by Ernest L. Martin, Ph.D.
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    [The People That History Forgot is a very interesting book available in print, online in text and audio formats. However, the original author seems to be a bit too apologetic for the corruptions and apostasy that affected ancient kingdoms of Israel and Judah as made plainly evident in the OT and NT and also seems to fail to comprehend that the area now associated with Western Europe and Italy was known to have been steeped in idolatry. He seems to fail to comprehend that Etruscan-Babylonian ideological connections between the Romans and the Babylonians (consider that that Remus is Sumer spelled backwards). Nonetheless, the purest forms of Apostolic doctrines were known to have made their way to both North Africa and the British Isles. Nonetheless, the book does make lucid the efforts of the Babylonian system to 'flood' 'the world' with syncretism.]

    Introduction [mp3]
    Chapter 1: The People That History Forgot [mp3]
    Chapter 2: Were Fourth to Sixth Century Jews Idolaters? [mp3]
    Chapter 3: The Idolaters Were Not Mainline Jews [mp3]
    Chapter 4: Who Built the Idolatrous Synagogues? [mp3]
    Chapter 5: The New Testament Provides the Key
    Chapter 6: Samaritans in All Parts of the Empire
    Chapter 7: Samaritan Synagogues in Galilee
    Chapter 8: Many Samaritans Became Christians
    Chapter 9: Neighboring Nations of the Jews in Palestine
    Chapter 10: The Solidification of Rabbinic Judaism
    Chapter 11: The Race Change in Western Europe
    Chapter 12: The Effect of the Race Change
    Chapter 13: From Babylon to Syria
    Chapter 14: Syria Becomes the New Babylon
    Chapter 15: The Seleucid Capital Moved West to Antioch
    Chapter 16: Easterners Transform the Roman West
    Chapter 17: Eastern Philosophy Conquers Rome
    Chapter 18: The Jewish Holdout Against Idolatry
    Chapter 19: Islam and the People that History Forgot

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    The first part of this book will show some modern archaeological discoveries that have caused amazement among scholars who study the history of early Judaism and Christianity. Indeed, the word "shock" would better describe the reaction of many historians, particularly those who are Jewish scholars. What has caused this "shock"? The historical research in this book will explain the reason. It will show what those surprising archaeological remains are and how their modern discovery actually reveals the existence of a people (presently unrecognized by scholars) who have mysteriously disappeared from the records of history about fourteen hundred years ago. In this book those people are re-discovered.

    The second part of the book reveals other archaeological finds that impinge upon the interpretation of the discoveries mentioned in my first paragraph. They also affect the understanding of the early history of the Roman Empire, and consequently that of Judaism and early Christianity. This second group of discoveries involves the research of scholars in the first part of the 20th century who analyzed the remains of over 13,900 Latin inscriptions found primarily in Italy. The result of that survey profoundly altered the past understanding of the racial history of the period from before the time of Jesus to that of Constantine in the 4th century. But strangely, most historians today are not discussing the significance of this survey regarding those inscriptions (or they give no heed to the evidence) and consequently the general public knows little or nothing about the importance of these discoveries. But these archaeological remains are as significant in understanding early Judaism and Christianity, or more so, than even the Dead Sea Scrolls.

    What this book does is to assemble together for the first time these important discoveries into a coherent narrative that will make sense to any interested reader. In a word, this book is designed to bring these amazing discoveries to the attention of the general public. For that reason I have not written in an academic style, but in a manner that the intelligent person from any walk of life can grasp. But the research is not exclusively for the general public. It is also designed to satisfy both professional historians and theologians in their quest to understand important historical events of the past. I believe the material in this book is essential for people to know if one hopes to realize some prime factors in the history of religion that have influenced the development of western civilization. The subject of this book is of utmost importance and these archaeological discoveries need to be made known to the public at large. This information can give scholars and all people a better comprehension of the history of early Judaism and Christianity, and a better understanding of the Roman Empire. Its central theme involves the rediscovery of The People That History Forgot.
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