Credulity: willingness to believe or trust too readily, esp. without proper or adequate evidence; gullibility. -Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary
Credulity and blind faith are synonymous. They do not require evidence. This Spring, author Kwadwo Obeng presents a tome that is the result of a lifetime of truth-seeking and comparative study of traditional religious texts against Paleolithic, anthropological, and geological evidence. The book, “We Are All Africans: Exposing the Negative Influence of the Judeo-Christian-Islamic Religions on Africans” is positioned for a diverse audience. From the academic community to enthusiastic agnostics, We Are All Africans is a text for anyone who is interested in challenging the teachings of the Judeo-Christian-Islamic religions from an African perspective. It can be used for undergraduate on comparative studies. Additionally, readers who are of the Christian, Jewish, or Islamic faith will discover an honest evaluation of their religious teachings and the effects on society supported by research on a range of different disciplines. The effects have been profound and lasting on Africans and minority groups such as Gay, Lesbian and Transgender communities.
Drawing from history, science and experiential reality, We Are All Africans evaluates the Bible’s stories such as creation of the universe in six days, destruction of Gays in Sodom and Gomorrah, Noah’s global flood; and concludes that since the fossil record, radiometric dating, tracing of Y-Chromosome and Mitochondrial DNA, and melanin establish Africa as the origin of man hundreds of thousands if not millions of years ago, Africans and their descendants did not and could not descend from Adam and inherit his sin. Therefore, they do not need Jesus as a savior or Moses and Mohammed as their prophets or intermediaries for redemption of sin.
Controversial? Sometimes. Challenging? Often. Insightful? ALWAYS. Please consider this comprehensive and intriguing read for review. I look forward to getting in touch with you soon!
For more information on the book and its author, please visit www.weareallafricans.world