Williams challenges the reader by concluding that Hebraic traditions must have swept across "Negro Africa" and left its influence "among the various tribes." While Williams presents a strong case, his evidence also builds a powerful argument for the reverse - that an indigenous, continent-wide belief system among African people stands at the very root of Hebrew culture and Western religion. Inprint Editions. 1931*, 1999. 443 pp. Paper.
|author||Joseph J. Williams|
|Publication Date||Jun 1, 1998|
|Number of Pages||443|
|Publisher||Black Classic Press|