African Metaphysics of Christianity: From a Black God To a White God and Back
By Mocholoko Dr. Zulumathabo Zulumathabo © 2021
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When the Portuguess arrived in Azania (South Africa), they brought Christianity as a chiseling toolkit to prepare the heart and mind of the Azanian and to embed yena in a psychic vacuum space for subsequent colonial conquest. The Berlin Conference of 1844-45 gave a blanket fiat to the Portuguess to own the entire Southern Africa and her peoples on account of their first coastal arrival in the 1400s, more than 200 years before the advent of the Dutch and more than 400 years before the advent of the English which birthed the genesis of a Luso-Anglo-Dutch settler colonialism; the most brutal form of colonization as a result of a hybridization of colonialism; slavery and ECC (Euro-Christian Colonial) perpetuity.
The impact of Portuguess colonial occupation has left indellible traces in our geography; languages; infrastructure; religiosity and unquestioning obedience to Mlungu. With the adoption of Christianity, the African Natives have embraced the value system of Mlungu and abandoned the value system of their ancestors. How has Christianity impeded our ability to break free from the chains of mental enslavement with respect to the White establishment on account of a backstabbing wound? How has Christianity managed to make us believe the unbelievable and to accept the unacceptable? How has Christianity made it hard (if not impossible) to break free from mind control? Enter African Metaphysics of Christianity Zoom lecture!
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Topic: African Metaphysics of Christianity: From a Black God To a White God and Back
When: Sunday Apr 18, 2021 11:00 AM Johannesburg
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