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What is Wrong With Being Black? Celebrating Our Heritage and Confronting Our Challenges

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  • Posted December 15, 2008

    Is There a Hole in My Bible? Because the truth escaped my notice.

    That's the response I had when I first read this book. My worldview took a 360 degree turn as I fitted the last piece of the history puzzle into place after my search for valid historic evidence of what can be labeled as truth. This book help me see Scriptures that revealed the mind of God from his African perspective. The great discovery that one can freely communicate with God and get his point of view for the African descendants today is what this book has done for me. Life changing for anyone who failed to notice the Biblical picture.<BR/>The author put to rest the Hamitic myth that has been spreaded by ignorant people and replaced it with the truth that not only dignified the African race, but also revealed our importance in all history and the plan of God for African descendants. The book challenges one not only to own up to our influence on many nations in regard to religions but also to seek realize the healing and redemption for ourselves that has always been available. A good message and a rare jewel for all those who really want to know the truth about the African civilization from a Christ centered Biblical perspective.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 25, 2011

    Great book

    Very informative

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  • Posted October 13, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    What is Wrong with Being Black

    The book adequately provided a history of segregation in America and from abroad especially the African Continent. The book does provide a clarion call for the continent of Africa to address generational curses and mind sets that keep this continent dependent upon the aid of foreign countries. What is Wrong with Being Black does provide a ray of hope for Africans and people of African descent. I recommend this book to the youth of Europe, Africa, and the United States of America. "The book "Living Beneath Your Priviledge" will also give the reader the root cause of the ills of being black.

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    Posted June 8, 2010

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