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author phototGary Greenberg is the author of The Moses Mystery: The African Origins of the Jewish People (Birch Lane Press, 1997), The Bible Myth: The African Origins of the Jewish People (Citadel Press, 1998, a paperback edition of The Moses Mystery.), and 101 Myths of the Bible: How Ancient Scribes Invented Biblical History (Sourcebooks, scheduled for release in the Fall of 2000.) The Moses Mystery has also been published in a number of foreign language editions. He is presently working on a revisionist biography of King David.

Professionally, Mr. Greenberg is a Senior Trial Attorney for the Criminal Defense Division of the Legal Aid Society of New York City. He also serves as president of the Biblical Archaeology Society of New York and has presented academic papers at several international gatherings of biblical and Egyptological scholars, including the VIIth International Congress of Egyptologists (1995) and the International Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature (1997).

He has also written on law, politics and computers, including a book on computer software, and articles in the New York Law Journal, The Champion, Creative Computing, Personal Computing, Compute, Microcomputing, Kilobaud, Torpet, The Abolitionist, Outlook, New York Libertarian, and Libertarian Forum, and has published articles in several scholarly Egyptological journals.

He is the former Editor-in-Chief of Outlook magazine, a journal of political commentary and has appeared on numerous television and radio shows, including the Barry Farber and Mort Downey programs, as well as providing legal commentary on Court TV.

Long active in the Libertarian movement, Mr. Greenberg co-founded the Libertarian Party of New York State and served four terms as State Chairperson. He also organized two Libertarian Party national Presidential nominating conventions (1975 and 1983.) In 1978 he ran as the Libertarian candidate for Governor of New York, campaigning on a platform that favored the end of drug prohibition laws.

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