Pan Africanism : DEMONIZING AFRICAN CULTURE IN THE NAME OF CHRISTIANITY...

Discussion in 'Black History - Culture - Panafricanism' started by Isaiah, Jan 6, 2005.

  1. Isaiah

    Isaiah Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Interesting article peoples...

    http://www.blackstudies.ca/contact/africa.htm

    Pan, sometimes I wonder if African people will ever get a perspective of how much we have been harrassed and persecuted for our beliefs and ways of life... If we ever do, we will set this world on it's ear, and then it's backside - where it belongs!

    Peace!
    Isaiah
     
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    This is an extremely important article brother Isaiah, thank you for posting it! Many of my wife's family members have two names: The African names they were born with & the "Christian" names they received upon their baptism. Demoning African Culture was definately a tactic of colonization, to make Africans ashamed of themselves! Reclaiming these names it a major step towards restoring our dignity! Fortunately my children have been named after their African Ancestors...they will know where they came from.
     
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    it is my theory that blacks have always been enslaved by christianity.
    it is my belief that whenever blacks accepted christianity they also accepted second class status.

    has there ever been a place where christianity was introduced and blacks were full and equal citizens along with whites?
     
  4. Isaiah

    Isaiah Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    James, you are right with the possible exception of, say, Ethiopia, where Chritian-insanity began... The same can be said of Islam, too, where the Arabs talk a lotta garbage about peace and love, and practice nothing but hatred, mutilation, genocide, and death...

    Peace!
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    panafrica Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The ancient civilization of Axum! However white people corrupt almost everything they touch!
     
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    Christendom was created especially for white European domination

    I don’t know if they corrupted it, as much as they fixed it to fit their unnatural needs and natural proclivities.

    I think there may be probably profound differences between the spiritual and philosophical teachings of prophet Jesus, Christianity (the original African church) and Pauline Christology. I see Paul’s Greco-Roman inculcation and delusional elucidations, to be at the core of Western Christendom. As you know, this form of Christianity (Christendom) was invented and designed over centuries, for the advancement of European expansionism and imperialist.

    Peace,

    Brother Sun
     
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    Excellent thread :terrific:
     
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    It is written in history that St. Mark was the first to introduce christianity to egypt. Does anyone have any information on egyptians who rebelled against christianity? All I can find thus far, is how the Romans was they ones who sort out St. Mark and killed him for their own personal reasons.
     
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