Africa: Destroyed by the gods

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My motivations for writing this book came from the pain I feel when I see the havoc foreign religions have wrought on Africa, especially in the last three decades.

Traditionally, Africans are a deeply spiritual people.

It is sad and painful to see how our deep spirituality was used to turn us into unthinking zombies. 

It appears like the African elite, by which we mean the political as well as the spiritual elite, are in cahoots to keep the people in perpetual ignorance. 

Some ideals the European Missionaries preached, like “Love thy neighbour,” are not ideals they were prepared to abide by.

They served to transform our conquerors into saviours to worship.

Sadly, these are the same ideals our pastors today use to render us into unthinking masses of simpletons, so that they and the political elite can continue to loot our national resources. 

By successfully turning themselves into ‘men-of-god,’ the priests transformed themselves into venerable agents of the creator, so it’d be sacrilegious to question or attack them.

An important question we need to ask ourselves as Africans is what single benefit we have achieved with all the prayers, holy retreats and the burning of candles we have engaged in over the years.

We also need to ask the pastors and the archbishops why they are not prepared to wait for their own paradise in afterlife.

Apart from Africans, every society creates its own god in its own image.

This is not a complete evaluation of the Christian religion, but we provide enough materials for the honest investigator to search for and find the truth.

We provide enough proof and suggestions to make the honest Africa do his own study, and discover that, contrary to what his pastor says, the Bible is not a correct historical document.

On these pages, I set forth my views on the Christian religion. I urge that they be read in the same honest spirit they were written.

Book format: Paperback

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My motivations for writing this book came from the pain I feel when I see the havoc foreign religions have wrought on Africa, especially in the last three decades.

Traditionally, Africans are a deeply spiritual people.

It is sad and painful to see how our deep spirituality was used to turn us into unthinking zombies. 

It appears like the African elite, by which we mean the political as well as the spiritual elite, are in cahoots to keep the people in perpetual ignorance. 

Some ideals the European Missionaries preached, like “Love thy neighbour,” are not ideals they were prepared to abide by.

They served to transform our conquerors into saviours to worship.

Sadly, these are the same ideals our pastors today use to render us into unthinking masses of simpletons, so that they and the political elite can continue to loot our national resources. 

By successfully turning themselves into ‘men-of-god,’ the priests transformed themselves into venerable agents of the creator, so it’d be sacrilegious to question or attack them.

An important question we need to ask ourselves as Africans is what single benefit we have achieved with all the prayers, holy retreats and the burning of candles we have engaged in over the years.

We also need to ask the pastors and the archbishops why they are not prepared to wait for their own paradise in afterlife.

Book Format: Paperback

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