Papa ... i found your post to be right on the money! It was kind and thoughtful and i'm glad you shared it.
Like myself, so many women have found themselves raising a 'man child' alone, and it's no walk in the park! Not to suggest that the OP is / was in this predicament, i'm just saying, it puts us in a position to do a task that we are ill-equipped for, with that child's very life on the line. We have to do our very best, in spite of the circumstances, and having as clear a picture before us as possible can only aide in that journey.
Thanks for putting information out here that does that, makes the picture clearer.
Much Much Love and Peace.
I have been wondering why despite the overwhelming evidence around us telling and showing us that We Afreecans, are amongst if not the first World People that gave birth and meaning to life yet we keep listening and wasting our energy on new kids on the block.
I feel great and no shame in saying that no holy book got anything holy in them to make them worthy of defining man except of course the incomplete minds that stole, plagiarized other sacred books to create these mind manipulating books we call holy books, good for confusion and propaganda.
Knowledge of God, the Highier power, Olichoke, Chineke, Oluwa, Jah is the begining of wisdom.
If christianity and Islam is truthful why hide their true origin? why hide their ugly bloody past? why hide the fact that these two religions grew not from any truth in them but from the violence and exploitation first World people suffered in hands of Yurugu?
Real Men define themselves from self knowledge not from imitators of men.
The above posts were moved to this ... their own thread in the main Spirituality / Religion Forum ... from this thread in the Christianity Study Group.
Please, feel free to continue here ... as STUDY GROUP SPECIAL RULES ... do not apply in this forum.
No warnings ... just a gentle reminder that those forums have much higher standards and we should watch where we're posting ... which includes me too ... obviously ...
In the Spirit of Sankofa,
... Okay Papa, you've started giving me the history lesson, in spite of daring to not enter into a unnecessary battle of wits; why start-finish this, or should I say don't yield the road out of respect for unity of family, what unity, continue in the lesson. Let's go back beyond St. Augustine, tell me something about Arius, or Montanism and Arianism. Teach me more about King James; for instance, was he black?
King James Was Black?
The above is only 6 pages in length, lets talk about it.