Michael Kalopoulos was born in Thessaloniki, Greece in 1949. He worked for several years with a major European firm, finding logical faults of production line designs. He then decided to return to Greece to pursue his lively interest in history of religion, working exclusively as an author. The result of his intense 12-year long research was a series of original best-selling books on biblical religion. He is a member of the Greek society of Historians, and often appears as a guest speaker in television talk shows. He has also written several articles and essays of historical, theological and social interest.
Using evidence from the Bible, Mythology and Archeology, this book sheds new light on the birth and the nature of biblical religion. An unprecedented deconstruction of the biblical narrative that proves beyond any doubt that the “miracles” of the patriarchs were premeditated crimes disguised as theology.