Many Jews, Christians, Muslims, agnostics, and atheists are unaware of the true meaning of Amen. Most people believe that Amen means “So be it.” The Hebrew definition of Amen has more specific connotations meaning truth, firmness, verily and true. New findings by Egyptologists over the past 100 years reveal that Amen was an Egyptian God for over 750 years before the Moses Exodus and more than 2,000 years before the birth of Jesus Christ.
Egyptologists have been able to decipher hieroglyphics carved into temple walls, pyramids, and tombs that brings new knowledge to the God Amen. As many as 13 pharaohs used Amen or Amon in their throne names as far back as 2,000 BCE. The Hebrew definition of Amen upholds the most revered attribute of the Egyptian God, which is Truth. More importantly, in the Bible, Revelation 3:13, 14, Jesus Christ proclaimed Amen is:
“the faithful and true witness,
the beginning of the creation of God.”
Should we believe the words of Jesus Christ that Amen is, “the beginning of the creation of God,” or Judaic and Christian religious leaders who teach Amen means "So be it"? This is a highly significant question because worshippers of these religions announce Amen at the end of a prayer, supplication, giving thanks and praise, and singing Amen.
Could it be that God first introduced Himself to the Egyptians as Amen? The Egyptian Priesthood were first to develop the concept of a soul, an eternal hereafter upon living a life of truth and reghteousness, a belief in God, and a Son of God. Can it be that Revelation provides a key for Religious Leaders to acknowledge Amen as the COMMON BOND for them to work together to unify their beliefs and teach the Word of God - love one another? These three questions are very revelent today with much division between Jews, Christians, and Muslims. Your comments and answers to these three questions may be very useful to assist Religious Leaders to work together.
Place an Internet search on Future of God Amen to view Press Releases and the author's website where he appeals to Daughters and Sons of God who are endowed with love for humanity to assist perceptive and courageous Religious Leaders to work together.