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The Color of God in the Crossroads of War

Author(s): Longy O. Anyanwu
Subject: Religion

Book Description

This book is a faith-based, heartfelt exposition of the Bible truth. It investigates the translational environment of the leading English versions of the Bible and their guiding sources; the age of our universe; the color lineage of Jesus; the role of Africa in the life and ministry of Jesus Christ; and the invisible war at the crossroads of life.

It interrogates the intrusions and fundamentality of racism in Christianity in a manner that is at once critical, engaging and persuasive. It shows how such problems stem from the different versions and translations of the holy book that have deliberately sought to present God and His only begotten son Jesus Christ in a Caucasian manner.

Hardback

ISBN-13: 978-1-5275-0807-1
ISBN-10: 1-5275-0807-2
Date of Publication: 01/05/2018
Pages / Size: 199 / A5
Price: £58.99
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Biography

Professor Longy O. Anyanwu received an MSc from Howard University, USA, in 1982 and an EdD from Morgan State University, USA, in 1988. His research focuses on communication and cyber security, and he has published several books, magazine series, and over 70 journal and conference research publications in these areas. He is a Fellow and Distinguished Research Awardee of the Center for African-American Research Studies, Abuja, Nigeria; Member of Nigerian Computer Society (NCS); Fellow of the Computer Professionals of Nigeria (CPN); Member of International Association for the Promotion of Christian Higher Education (IAPCHE); and a Voting Member of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM). He also holds a fellowship at the Systems and Computer Science Department at Howard University, and was Head of the Department of Computer Science at Morgan State University. He is currently Head of the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology at Igbinedion University, Okada, Edo State of Nigeria.