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How to Make a Negro Christian--book analysis Part 3

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In this last (?) part, part 3, we will wrap up our discussion of my book, HOW TO MAKE A NEGRO CHRISTIAN. We have been COLCOCKED into christianity. We will finish up on his updated Suggestion on the Religious Instruction of the Negroes, which he penned in 1847 to address concerns from the other enslaved Afrikan owners. I will then share resources for alternatives to this moribund christian spiritual incarceration most of us are presently in. WE WILL NEVER TRULY BE FREE UNTIL WE RETURN TO OUR AFRIKAN SPIRITUALITY! To purchase this work and get a FREE book (2 books for the price of one), please go to www.negrochristian.webs.com. In 2006, I authored a book called How to Make a Negro Christian. It exposed the life's work of one Dr. Reverend Charles Colcock Jones. He gave a sermon and authored a book in the mid-1800's called The Religious Instruction of the Negroes. While he didn't live to see the fruits of his labor, this "Apostle of the Blacks" created the template that ALL future enslaved Afrikan owners would use to transform once mighty Afrikans into the grovelling christians we are today. This book discussion will serve to correct the record that we came over here as christians en masse...actually only until the early 1900's (gregorian calendar) did the Afrikan masses embrace this foreign, spiritually incarcerating doctrine. This will be a lively analysis. WE MUST MOVE BEYOND christianity AND RETURN HOME SPIRITUALLY!

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