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I was just thinking...Bible study 101-The Africans that Wrote the Bible-part 2

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Ghanaian author, scholar, professor and Akan king, Nana Blanche Darkwah asserts in his book that Africans were not only present in the Bible, but were its actual authors.

The research took more than four years. Darkwah analyzed Egyptian and African history, culture, archeology, religion, and linguistics, as well as Jewish history, biblical history and DNA evidence.

His conclusion: The people who today call themselves European Jews are in fact descendants of the Afrim people of Ancient Egypt, and the people who wrote the Bible were Akan, also of Ancient Egypt.


Darkwah, whose training and research interests are in the areas of the human brain, language acquisition and literacy, etymologically breaks down more than 15 books from the Old Testament of the Bible to show that these books' names were originally African, more specifically Akan names. He says even the word Israel itself is an Akan word. He points to the story of Jacob in Genesis 32:24-29, where the angel renames Jacob calling him Asrae or the European version, Israel. Asrae, Darkwah declares, is not the name of a nation, but instead means "the first one who visited."

“Darkwah goes on to expose many of the popular stories of the Bible as mere fiction, including the Jewish Exodus out of Egypt. He claims that the people who fled Egypt were not Jews, but ancient Egyptians. Page by page, Darkwah forces readers to reevaluate their entire spiritual foundations!

 

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