Love God and Love People

Love God and Love People

The most important thing in this life is to love God and love people (Mark 12:28-31)
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The Art of Historiography

The Art of Historiography

Source: Historical Research Method: Home (Edith Cowan University ) 2012 A.D. Historiography is the study of historical writing. God is blessing us to reclaim our history, so it is important we know what we are looking for and know how to piece history together accurately as we progress. Below is the historical method from Edith Cowan University that one can use for research. Remember to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in all that you do. From the Historical Research Method source, " Historical research or historiography, "attempts to systematically recapture the complex nuances, the people,meanings,events,and even ideas of the past that have…
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Phoenician Civilization Spread From the Northern Regions of Africa Through The Sahara

Phoenician Civilization Spread From the Northern Regions of Africa Through The Sahara

Source: The Dying and rising god in the New Year festival of Ife (Ancient Kingdoms of West Africa: African-Centred and Canaanite-Israelite Perspectives) 2004 A.D. Note: Page 343 of the source. Note: Page 344 of the source. Note: Page 344 of the source. Note: Page 345 of the source. Note: Page 345 of the source. Note: Page 346 of the source. Note: Page 346 of the source. Note: Page 347 of the source. Note: Page 347 of the source. Note: Page 348 of the source. Note: Page 349 of the source. Note: Page 350 of the source. Note: Page 350 of…
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Up To 20 Percent of the Carthaginian’s Population May Have Been “Negroid”

Up To 20 Percent of the Carthaginian’s Population May Have Been “Negroid”

Source: The Afrocentric Interpretation of History: Bernal Replies to Lefkowitz (The JBHE Foundation, Inc) 1996 A.D. Note: Page 90 of the source. Note: Page 90 of the source. This source gives a balanced point of view regarding Afrocentric scholarship. This source also confirms the ancient black presence in the ancient parts of Africa revolving around Carthage and gives some details that possibly support the legendary Socrates being of mixed origins.
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Mathias de Sousa was Possibly a Portuguese Jew in Colonial Maryland

Mathias de Sousa was Possibly a Portuguese Jew in Colonial Maryland

Source: Defining race and identity in early Md. (The Baltimore Sun) 2001 A.D. From the source, " BLACK HISTORY Month offers an opportunity to spotlight the history and achievements of African people and their descendants in America. In Maryland, we celebrate the lives of men and women like Benjamin Banneker, Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman. It may seem ironic that in observance of the first Black History Month of the millennium, we question the identity of an official Maryland first: Mathias de Sousa -- widely celebrated as the first black man to vote in the Maryland legislature. We do not question…
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Yoruba Culture (Ife) have Key Ancient Near East Aspects

Yoruba Culture (Ife) have Key Ancient Near East Aspects

Source: Preservation of the Canaanite Creation Culture in Ife (Between Resistance and Expansion: Dimensions of Local Vitality in Africa) 2004 A.D. Note: Page 125 of the source. Note: Page 125 of the source. Note: Page 126 of the source. Note: Page 126 of the source. Note: Page 127 of the source. Note: Page 127 of the source. Note: Page 129 of the source. Note: Page 129 of the source. Note: Page 130 of the source. Note: Page 131 of the source. Note: Page 132 of the source. Note: Page 132 of the source. Note: Page 132 of the source. Note:…
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The Hebrew Principles and Customs of Olaudah Equiano’s People (1789)

The Hebrew Principles and Customs of Olaudah Equiano’s People (1789)

Source: Olaudah Equiano The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African (Hanover Historical Texts Project) 1789 A.D. From the source, "Such is the imperfect sketch my [Page 38] memory has furnished me with of the manners and customs of a people among whom I first drew my breath. And here I cannot forbear suggesting what has long struck me very forcibly, namely, the strong analogy which even by this sketch, imperfect as it is, appears to prevail in the manners and customs of my countrymen and those of the Jews, before they reached the Land of…
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