Gary Greenberg

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Gary Greenberg is a New York City attorney and President of the Biblical Archeology Society of New York. He is a member of The Society of Biblical Literature, The Egypt Exploration Society, The American Research Center in Egypt, The Archaeological Institute of America, and the Historical Society. He has written for several Egyptian logical journals and maintains a website at www.biblemyth.com.[1]

Mr. Greenberg has lectured frequently on ancient history, mythology, and biblical studies and also has presented papers at several prestigious international conferences concerned with Egyptian and/or biblical affairs, including the International Congress of Egyptologists (9/95), the International Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature (7/97), and several international conferences of the American Research Center in Egypt.

Mr. Greenberg serves as a Senior Trial Attorney for the Criminal Defense Division of the Legal Aid Society in New York City, and has appeared as a guest commentator on Court TV. He has authored several books and articles on a variety of subjects, including a novel and a book of computer software. He is currently Editor in Chief of the BASNY Explorer, an archaeological newsletter, and the former Editor in Chief of Outlook magazine, a journal of political commentary. His work has appeared in the Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities, Discussions in Egyptology, KMT Magazine, the New York Law journal, The Chamption, Creative Computing, Personal Computing, Compute, Microcomputing, Kilobaud, Torpet, The Abolitionist, Outlook, New york Libertarian, and Libertarian Forum. He has appeared on numerous television and radio shows, including the Tony Brown Journal, the Barry Farber Show, the Morton Downey Show, the Bernie McCain Show, the Cliff Kelly Show, and Powerpoint.

Politics[edit]

In 1978, Gary Greenberg ran for Governor of New York on the Libertarian ticket.

Publications[edit]

  • Who Wrote the Gospels? Why New Testament Scholars Challenge Church Traditions (2011)
  • The Moses Mystery: The African Origins of the Jewish People (2008)
  • 101 Myths of the Bible: How Ancient Scribes Invented Biblical History (2000)

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