Black Saints Mystics and Holy Folk (E-book,pdf)
Black Saints, Mystics, and Holy Folk
(The Ancient African Liturgical Church, Vol. I)
Before Bishops TD Jakes, Noel Jones, before Drs. Price & Creflo Dollar, there was Bishops Athanasius, Augustine, Macarius, Antony, --and there was Anub and Amoun. Yes! More than 56,000 Africa Black saints (in groups), from the early Christian Church (we mention a few; tell where to find the rest).
Answers to our Al Islam brethren, will no longer dismay, when you hear "Why do you follow a religion from Europe?â€ Readers can demonstrate that Christianity, the faith of Our Lord Yeshua, Jesus the Christ, came out of Africa as well.
299 +plus pages of lists 57,000(grouped)Black Saints, Mystics, Holy Folk, in 1000 lines of information.
Most Liturgical Rite Blacks know about the African St. Augustine, and his mom, St. Monica. Some might be vaguely familiar with Saints Cyprian of Carthage and Denis of Alexandria. Few know the Gospel of Mark --John Mark--was African.
Few, though, know St. Macarious the Elder, and St. Macarious the Younger, Apa Noub, Ammon the Great, Bassilides--all saints, all Africans, and all friends of God in the early Christian Church.
This book hopes to correct that lack of knowledge, for which we perish, according to Scripture.