This book reveals that much of Christianity and its beliefs had originated in ancient Egypt rather than the Middle East. The author presents us with how, where and why many spiritual Egyptian beliefs were adopted into Christian form and accepted as history , as opposed to being carried over in their original mythological form. Kuhn states, The gospels are t and never were histories. They are w proven to have been cryptic dramas of the spiritual evolution of humanity and of the history of the human soul in its earthly tabernacle of flesh. For Christianity to be expressed in the way it was first intended, as experienced during the first two centuries of its existence, one must first ackwledge its pagan roots. This is too much of a leap for most people, but they have t read this book. The author reveals how things were altered in the third century by the existing priesthood and why.