Author of The God of Egypt
Pamela Dawn O’Neal is a grateful servant of the One who came to serve, and considers that to be her greatest and most impressive credential. She attended Harding University and Texas A&M University, majoring in both Biology and in Psychology. However, for the past quarter of a century, she been captivated by a profound love for the study of ancient Egypt, searching vigorously for indications in Egyptian history to verify the Hebrew sojourn in that great country. Reading and accumulating notes to that effect became her pastime, her pursuit, and her passion. She is completely self-taught in this subject, but her theory concerning the convergence of the account of the Biblical Exodus and well-documented Egyptian records is unique in that there is no compromise to the integrity of either source. Her book, The God of Egypt, expounds her theories, and she is currently working on a second edition.
Pamela is a frequent ladies day speaker, presenting lessons across the country over the last twenty years. She has authored three books in a series of Bible class teacher training programs, has written four week-long sets of nature-centered Bible camp courses, complete with lessons and related activities and crafts for campers ages nine through eighteen. She has been asked to devise Bible class curriculums and related lessons for congregation in multiple states. She has been a speechwriter for a professional athlete and a proofreader for a university president. She also has composed over 1000 songs.
Pamela lives in Ridgetop, TN with her husband of thirty-seven years, T. Brian O’Neal. Brian is operations manager for Lipscomb’s Mullican Studios and pulpit minister for the Greenbrier Church of Christ in Ashland City. They have three daughters: Dr. Summer O’Neal, Auburn Spicer, and Taffeta Xu.