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by Yosef A. A. Ben-Jochannan

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  • ISBN 093312161X
  • ISBN13 978-0933121614
  • Language English
  • Author Yosef A. A. Ben-Jochannan
  • Publisher Black Classic Press (January 1, 1978)
  • Pages 109
  • Formats mobi docx docx mobi
  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1768 kb
  • Size Fb2 1942 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 351

Our Black Seminarians and Black Clergy Without a Black Theology [paperback] Yosef A. A. Ben-Jochannan [Jan 01, 1978]

In Black Seminarians, ben-Jochannan outlines sources of Black theology before Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Also known as Dr. Ben, Yosef . Ben-Jochannan was born on December 21, 1918 to a Puerto Rican mother and an Ethiopian father in Gondor, Ethiopia.

In Black Seminarians, ben-Jochannan outlines sources of Black theology before Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. It's important for us to know that the ideas, practices, and concepts that went into the making of Judaism, Christianity and Islam were already old in Africa before Europe was born. Black Seminarians marks an important first step in our journey to reclaim our spiritual heritage. From the introduction. His formal education began in Puerto Rico and continued in The Virgin Islands and in Brazil.

Cultural Genocide in the Black and African Studies Curriculum. We, the Black Jews: Witness to the 'White Jewish Race' Myth, Volumes I & II (in One). Abu Simbel to Ghizeh: A Guide Book and Manual. New Dimensions in African History: The London Lectures of Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan and Dr. John Henrik Clarke. African Origins of the Major "Western Religions". Charles S. Finch III, Yosef . Ben-Jochannan, Modupe Oduyoye.

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Information about the book, Our Black Seminarians and Black Clergy Without a Black Theology: the Nonfiction, Paperback, by Yosef Ben-Jochannan (Black Classic Press, Jan 01, 1978). This is the origin of Black seminarians who could not find a Black Theology. In Black Seminarians, ben-Jochannan outlines sources of Black theology before Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. It’s important for us to know that the ideas, practices, and concepts that went into the making of Judaism, Christianity and Islam were already old in Africa before Europe was born.

Home Ben-Jochannan, Yosef A. A. Our Black Seminarians and Black . 093312161X Book is in nice condition, text is unmarked. Yosef A. ben-Jochannan is a master teacher with a forceful command of ancient and contemporary history

Home Ben-Jochannan, Yosef A. Our Black Seminarians and Black Clergy Without a Black Theology. A few pages have a light crease in the top corner where they had been bent over as a bookmark. Bookseller Inventory 24041. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. ben-Jochannan is a master teacher with a forceful command of ancient and contemporary history. He uses wit, humor, and common sense to accent history and expose historical distortions.

Black Classic Press (BCP) is an African-American book publishing . Our Black Seminarians and Black Clergy Without a Black Theology (1996). The Need for a Black Bible (1996)

Black Classic Press (BCP) is an African-American book publishing company, founded by W. Paul Coates in 1978. John G. Jackson, John Henrik Clarke, and Yosef Ben-Jochannan were major influences in defining the mission and early direction of the press. The company publishes about six titles annually; most are out-of-print historical books that the company brings back into print. The first books published by the company were pamphlets printed on a photocopier that Coates purchased. The Need for a Black Bible (1996). The Black Man's North and East Africa (2005).

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Andronrad
This is a interesting book! I just love the author! Peace
Dagdalas
Great information but kind of hard to read because it is so choppy. But the information is awesome, I will use it as a reference book.
Akelevar
Easy read. Dr. Ben's book is well written and contains facts and references for additional research. I am African Hebrew (black according to U.S. census) and I am a so called Christian (believe in the supreme God Yah and his anointed one Yahshua). I started reading African history about 2 years ago and I am systematically undoing what I have been brainwashed to believe.

My main take away from the book is that we must all challenge assumptions and challenge what we historically believe. There are some who fear and violently resist any discussion against their faith. I believe that truth stands alone and weathers the test of time. Hence there are no golden calves.

Let the black church challenge what we believe and why we believe it. GOD Yah gave us a brain and gave us black history (the original Bible not the later corrupt versions). While I don't agree w/ the master teacher Ben on all his conclusions, I welcome his opinions as they serve as a starting point for research, contemplation, and reconciliation.
Phallozs Dwarfs
this is a great book...i learned a lot just by reading this book...i didnot even know that Jesus went to Egypt for some mystery learning....... plus i also didnot know that Horus was named Light of the World way before Jesus was....