Yes, and even as the most probable of the Theories: Yes, because after the death of Sarah, he married the daughter of the Pharaoh and had sons and canaanian concubines who gave him more sons. And the most strong evidence is a scripture… an egyptian scripture in stone called the Hymn of Aten that prooves that it was not the sun the thing they worshiped but the creator of the universe… and it is present in the bible as the part of the Psalms, specifically the 104, also demonstrates that the songs of David (which is not even his name because it is latin, his real name is דוד (Dwd) meaning “beloved”) are a collection of songs from different authors, not all written by Dwd.
The important point here? The Sun Disc was not about the sun, it was about the creator, the one and only creator. So now the importance of Akhenaten is more than being the first known monotheist and abolisher of polytheism, but also giving the world the authentic religion from the Creator of everything, not to idols, nor statues created by craftmen and pagan priests for money.
Why do you think the history of Abraham was removed from the bible? when it was so clear in the books that you were thought as missing when they were never missing, but always present and even quoted in accepted books, like Joshua 10:12-13 when the Creator stopped the sun in the middle of the day (meaning the Earth is Still). It is also mentioned in 2 Samuel 1:18-27 meaning the Book of Jasher was a known SACRED scripture.
The term ATEN was used in the Coffin Texts to denote the sun disk, but in the ‘Story of Sinuhe‘ dating from the Middle Kingdom, the word is used with the determinative for god (Papyrus Berlin 10499). In that story, Amenemhat I is described as soaring into the sky and uniting with Aten his creator.
The queen Nefertiti continued to carry on with monotheism after Abraham’s death, while his male heir was growing up because she had daughters, but once grown at around 12 years old Tutankhamen decided to accept polytheism maybe for political reasons, unfortunately he was murdered and his surviving young wife Ankhesenamun, was forced to marry the assasin, a general who brought all the people back to the old capital, back to the multiple idols, priesthood class and religious taxes.
Indeed, it makes perfect sense now… that Akhenaten (Abraham) moved the whole empire and the population away from the decadent Tebas, to a new location to build a city: Tel El Amarna, because he wanted to be far away from the fake priests, pagan idols and the followers of such aberrations, that were not capable to comprehend that they worshiped statues and obeyed demented priests.
The idolatry is such a big problem in the human psyches that they don’t realize that bowing to statues, or to Guadalupe, or virgin mary, or a crucified statue (he resurrected!), or to the skull of death (santa muerte) is a PROBLEM of ancient idolatry, still present. …and for the youth it seems SO ABSURD.
In the same manner the Guadalupe phenomenon was admitted to be a fraud even by the clerics of the founded church, in written documents… several times. The Juan Diego Story, was never recognized by the administrators of the guadalupan church, but after their death some other fraudulent authorities began the myth. Today they are just reviving an agonizing lie… in attempt to capture the youth but in vain… only old people falls for that ridiculous scam. The canvas was simply a request. Nothing more than a paint ordered by Fray Alonso de Montufar in 1550 and it is even signed by his author, an indigenous painter Marcos Sipac de Aquino.
In the days of Abraham, Noah was still alive… did you know that? No… because the elite hid it from you. But they are revealed in the book: Jesus is Yahweh by Edwin Nudiel (published from Digital Gods).
Abraham, Nefertiti, Tutankhamen, Ankhesenamun, Moses, Isaac, Jacob, Emanuel, Adam and Eve were all black. Noah was not black but had afro locks. …and Abraham does not come from the Kemits (nor Mizrain or egyptians) but from Shem, who was not black, neither white.
and of course I cannot leave you without knowing why the Hymn of Aten is about the Creator, the only God:
Hymn of Aten or Psalm 104
1 Praise the Lord, my soul.
Lord my God, you are very great;
you are clothed with splendor and majesty.
2 The Lord wraps himself in light as with a garment;
he stretches out the heavens like a tent
3 and lays the beams of his upper chambers on their waters.
He makes the clouds his chariot
and rides on the wings of the wind.
4 He makes winds his messengers,[a]
flames of fire his servants.
5 He set the earth on its foundations;
it can never be moved.
6 You covered it with the watery depths as with a garment;
the waters stood above the mountains.
7 But at your rebuke the waters fled,
at the sound of your thunder they took to flight;
8 they flowed over the mountains,
they went down into the valleys,
to the place you assigned for them.
9 You set a boundary they cannot cross;
never again will they cover the earth.
10 He makes springs pour water into the ravines;
it flows between the mountains.
11 They give water to all the beasts of the field;
the wild donkeys quench their thirst.
12 The birds of the sky nest by the waters;
they sing among the branches.
13 He waters the mountains from his upper chambers;
the land is satisfied by the fruit of his work.
14 He makes grass grow for the cattle,
and plants for people to cultivate—
bringing forth food from the earth:
15 wine that gladdens human hearts,
oil to make their faces shine,
and bread that sustains their hearts.
16 The trees of the Lord are well watered,
the cedars of Lebanon that he planted.
17 There the birds make their nests;
the stork has its home in the junipers.
18 The high mountains belong to the wild goats;
the crags are a refuge for the hyrax.
19 He made the moon to mark the seasons,
and the sun knows when to go down.
20 You bring darkness, it becomes night,
and all the beasts of the forest prowl.
21 The lions roar for their prey
and seek their food from God.
22 The sun rises, and they steal away;
they return and lie down in their dens.
23 Then people go out to their work,
to their labor until evening.
24 How many are your works, Lord!
In wisdom you made them all;
the earth is full of your creatures.
25 There is the sea, vast and spacious,
teeming with creatures beyond number—
living things both large and small.
26 There the ships go to and fro,
and Leviathan, which you formed to frolic there.
27 All creatures look to you
to give them their food at the proper time.
28 When you give it to them,
they gather it up;
when you open your hand,
they are satisfied with good things.
29 When you hide your face,
they are terrified;
when you take away their breath,
they die and return to the dust.
30 When you send your Spirit,
they are created,
and you renew the face of the ground.
31 May the glory of the Lord endure forever;
may the Lord rejoice in his works—
32 he who looks at the earth, and it trembles,
who touches the mountains, and they smoke.
33 I will sing to the Lord all my life;
I will sing praise to my God as long as I live.
34 May my meditation be pleasing to him,
as I rejoice in the Lord.
35 But may sinners vanish from the earth
and the wicked be no more.
Praise the Lord, my soul. Praise the Lord.[b]