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The African Origins Of Christianity CD Set (10 Mp3 CDs) only


The African Origins Of Christianity CD Set (10 Mp3 CDs) only

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This 10 Disc Mp3 CD set includes CDs from The African Origins Of Christianity Series heard on The African History Network Show. This set is designed to help empower you with the accurate history that will answer many of your questions regarding the origins of Christianity, it's African influence and religion in general. WARNING: This CD set will expose you to empowering information that will set your mind free and send you on a life long journey of truth seeking and higher levels of consciousness. This series is not for those who don't like to THINK. Just because you have never heard this information before doesn't mean that it's not true. It just means that you have to do some research to determine it's validity. 1) The African Origins of Christianity with Prof. Kaba Hiawatha Kamene (Booker T. Coleman) and interview with Brother J of Hip Hop Group "The X Clan" 11-11-10 2) The Africans Origins Of Christianity - Interview with Dr. Ray Hagins 4-15-10 3) Interview with Jeremiah Camara - "Does The Church Limit Black Progress?" 8-19-10 4) "Did The Hebrews Ever Historically Exist?" & "The History Of Libya - Part 2" with Prof. Josef Ben Levi, 4-4-11 5) "Should African-Americans Celebrate Christmas" Part 1 & Speech from 2 time Grammy Award Winning Group "Arrested Development" 12-16-10 6) "The History Of Christmas Part 2" and Director Qasim Basir Of the new movie MOOZ-LUM 12-23-10 7) The African Origins Of Christianity with Mwalimu Pastor Eric Upchurch, 4-11-11 8) "The History Of The Bible As A Weapon Of Intellectual Warfare" and "The Egyptian Book Of Coming Forth By Day" Interview with Prof. Josef Ben Levi & Dr. Rkhty Amen-Jones -7-23-10 9) "Should African-Americans Celebrate Valentines Day?" 2-10-11 10) "Should African-Americans Celebrate Easter?" 4-14-11
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