The only way for Black Christians to exercise spiritual decolonization: APOSTATIZE!
“I thank my brother and friend ‘Uriel’ Nawej, for his book that I have read in its entirety. I highly recommend it to anyone who is thirsty for knowledge, especially for its view on Christianity as an essential instrument of the initial “colonization"? and the present “neo-colonization"? The book also exposes another truth which is much less well known: the Semitic origins of some African peoples. These two subjects only – chosen among many other essential subjects -- should satisfy many readers…..and I say emphatically that I’ve learned a lot from this book."?
AMPION Willy Christian, Prince Heir of the throne of Téké in the Kingdom of Kongo.