- May 7, 2009
Is there proof that the "slaves" actually "believed" in the "christian god"?
Who is this "christian god" and what is his name?
Where was this "christian god" worshipped?
Did these slaves willingly submit to this "christian god" or were they forced to submit to him?
In Brazil, Mexico, Haiti, Cuba, and Louisiana this "christian god" was worshipped by name different names and in different forms than that practiced in most white christian nationalist church communities. These syncratic forms are also perhaps the only forms which were/are closer to ATR systems than the white christian/Freemasonic societies masking as "Christianity".
Many "free blacks" in the united states developed independent churches and many of these early black ministers were freemasons such as Prince Hall who was a Methodist, and when other blacks emerged out of slavery and joined these congregations they adopted a form of worship similar to white christian nationalists but did they really believe in the same "christian god"?
I don't think so which is why many such as Prince Hall advocated repatriation "back to Africa".