Nation of Gods and Earths : Does the Nation of Gods and Earths use a Book?

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  1. Destee

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    Peace and Blessings Family,

    Does the Nation of Gods and Earths use a book, like the Bible, Quran, etc., to support its teachings?

    If so, which one, and is there a particular version you prefer?

    Or do you believe there is some truth in them all, and may reference any on occasion, to support your views?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Peace,

    I'll speak on this from my own perspective. I use whatever I can to show and prove. This could be any book if it works in the real of science and logic.

    I know some Gods who quote the Qur'an, Bible, etc. It all depends on the individual and who they're trying to talk to. One God by the name of Almighty God Dawud Allah is an author who's written several books from a 5% perspective. He quotes Qur'an and Bible in his books regularly.

    We develop what we call our "Book of Life" as we go through our curriculum. Still it's not a so-called Holy Book.

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    Brother Precise Allah ... this is a little confusing, given that the Nation of Gods and Earths have separated themselves from Islam the religion, but still use the Quran as a resource to support their teachings.

    I'm sure it's a confusion that will sort itself out for me, as i gain understanding.

    I do appreciate your response and it has prompted another thread from me ... :D

    Much Love and Peace.

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    On second thought, i think i understand ... while i don't agree with everything i've heard and read about Christianity, i will reference the Bible.

    It's probably kinda like that. Okay ... just trying to wrap my mind around this.

    Again, thanks for sharing with me.

    Much Love and Peace.

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    Peace,

    You're on the right track. Those people who wrote those books may be on to something. Maybe not. If it fits roll with it. If not leave it alone. The science is, don't take what people say (even if they're considered prophets or holy men) for granted. Test it.

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