Insightful African Book on Comparative Religion in Palmdale, California
Enrich your depth by reading an African book examining comparative religion from We Are All Africans in Palmdale, California. Our examination of various world religions and their impact on and congruence with life in Africa offers a thought-provoking commentary.
This thought-provoking book challenges the teachings of the Judeo-Christian-Islamic religions from an African perspective. Readers of the Christian, Jewish, and Islamic faiths will discover an honest evaluation of their religious teachings and the effects of each on global society.
It uses history, science, and experiential reality to challenge the claims of the Bible and the Koran as books written under inspiration by the gods Yahweh, Trinity, and Allah. It dispels the long-held belief that all men descended from Adam six thousand years ago, and includes Africans as his descendants.
The book asserts that Africans were on the continent hundreds of thousands of years, if not millions, before Adam emerged, and they could not be his descendants. It claims that Adam, if he existed at all, was a descendant of Africans.
Much more than a compelling intellectual exercise, this book evaluates the Bible’s stories, especially the pieces written by Moses which form the foundation of these religions. When compared to discoveries of modern science, common observations of nature, and every day experience, the Bible’s stories are found wanting, devoid of substance, fact, and truth.
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Contact We Are All Africans in Leona Valley, California, to examine the
faiths of the world through the eyes of African culture.