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The Day The Black Redeemer Was Excommunicated


The notion that the Redeemer of Israel would appear as a “Black Christ” and also a Nazarite, one who is consecrated to the Lord our God, was not always an acceptable idea to the Princes and Kings of the Re-conquest.

Even more significantly, that He should be an only son who would be sent to suffer and be humiliated and prove to be for sinful humankind a redeemer, one whom we of the enslaved African masses of America would worship and would love even more profoundly than the Virgin Mother herself, was positively anathema to many of the rulers of the Universal Church. Continue reading

The Christian Values of the Silver People

Images: Top-One of the first West Indian Catholic
places of worship: Paraiso Catholic Church
courtesy: www.czimages.com
Bottom- St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Santana
was later constructed for the West Indian believers.
courtesy: Mr. George Westerman

Those who would become the Silver People of Panama were and continue to be indisputable believers in Christian values having been indoctrinated since our forefathers appeared on the continent of the Americas to be Jesus loving, Bible spouting Christians. Continue reading