Black Christians : African libation practices in the Gospel of Mark

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    African libation practices in the Gospel of Mark


    ... Such practices are found in Mark 14:14-15 of the man carrying the jar as host preparing for a home for Jesus in the last hours before his death. The man that is carrying the jar is Mark himself who also is present at the wedding in Cana (John 2:1-11), appearing as “the servant who poured out the water which our Lord turned into wine” ...

    African Descent Interpretation of the Importance of Libation
    The practice of libation was not only pivotal in Mark’s Gospel as a common practice of African memory but also for the themes depicting the kinship of Jesus ...


    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/reverend-william-e-flippin-jr/african-libation-practice_b_3253814.html

    African libation practices in the Gospel of Mark

    I have always been fascinated by the practice of libation. I first saw this done in a movie over twenty years ago where Ice-Cube (Dough boy) poured his ...
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    By Reverend William E. Flippin, Jr.


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