Yosef Alfredo Antonio Ben-Jochannan referred to by his admirers as “Dr. Ben”, was an Ben-Jochannan was the author of 49 books, primarily on ancient Nile Valley civilizations and their influence on Western cultures. In his writings, he. Results 1 – 12 of 12 Discover Book Depository’s huge selection of Yosef-Ben-Jochannan books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 19 million titles. Yosef A.A. Ben-Jochannan’s most popular book is Black Man of the Nile and His London Lectures Of Dr. Yosef Ben Jochannan And Dr. John Henrik Clarke by.

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Along with us were a few of our many lay friends. Reverend Hawkins and Reverend Plummer immediately supported the idea. The following is the result of that glorious communion we were all privileged to have had that heavenly morning. Yet all in this period was preceded by much more earlier fundamentals created and developed by indigenous African People.

These later on became the basic teachings of Judaism, and then Christianity. They were no different than the Africans we see today in the Harlems and Timbuctoos of the entire world we erroneously call: It was called by its African creators and developers The easiest one to read is called Wallis Budge, and published in London, England during the year A. From this base all of the biblical references in this pamphlet is rendered. You will notice that they follow in sequential order Wallis Budge, London, England, C.

Famine and disease drove the handful of Hebrew shepherds into Africa. Written in the Greek Language. Parts were written in “Aramaic;” allegedly the “Language Jesus Christ spoke among the common people of Israel.

The first twenty-seven [27] Books. Based upon the Greek Septuagint Version. Publication of the 6th Century C. Historians argue as to bben he was born at Mecca joxhannan Medina. Serious modifications to the teachings in both were made to the satisfaction fo the Prophet and his followers—the chief one of whom was the writer of the first section, “BILAL” [an African from Ethiopia, East Africa].


It was, in fact, the basic Bible used for many more translations into various languages for many generations of Christians. The “first book” ever printed by typesetting method.

A folio-type edition of the Latin Vulgate Version. It was not “the first book,” as so many Christians believe.

This was written in the Greek Language. Birth of the major revolution in the Roman Catholic Church and the formation of the foundation of Protestantism. The “first English” language version used for further translations, etc.

Dr. Yosef Alfredo Antonio ben-Jochannan

Written in English according to the Coverdale and Tyndale Versions. Produced in Geneva, Switzerland. The “first English Version with Chapters divided into Verses. Written by scholars of the Roman Catholic Church. Yoosef name was due to the New Testament issuance at Rheims in C. Written by subjects of King James of Great Britain. Written in 20th Century “modern” English. The Old Testament prepared by J. Goodspeed of the University of Jochamnan, Illinois, U. A reversion if the Douay-Rheims-Challomer Version.

Written in English by Msgr. Written by a group of English writers under the sponsorship of the Protestant Churches of Britain, and by others from Oxford and Cambridge University Press. Most Jewish, Christian, and Moslem parishioners do not yoseg very much about the basic book they use as their only religious and divine guide.

Approximately to B.

Books by Yosef A.A. Ben-Jochannan (Author of Black Man of the Nile and His Family)

Between the years and B. Approximately from 52 to After the Death of Christ [A. Koifie Bible; originally written in the Greek language and Aramaic [the language allegedly “spoken by Jesus Christ”—the “language of the people”].

Who is the main character in the Old Testament; and in the Rd Testament? Approximately in the year A. There were many that failed to receive acclaim.

A translation of the Bible gives an account of one point of view. See the answer given above in item 9; bwn read Date 52— A. Because the English grammar josef style would be easier to read and understand than the archaic Ole English in which the King James Version is written.


As leaders of the largest segment of the Black Communities the Black Clergy generally suffer equally as much as their followers; thus it must equally deal with the proper information needed for an informed Black Community, particularly in the area of the religious life.

The first step must be with the human life-style the history of religion teaches. Every Black Christian ought to know from whence his religion came. When God summons a man for a specific task, the man is God-equipped for it. An accurate chronology of the Bible, written jochanna easy reading style as set forth by Dr. I am proud to have the honor of commenting on the works of such a scholar.

This monogram presents a challenging springboard for deeper exploration and investigation to member-seminaries of the American Association of Theological Schools.

To think of Moses as an African, to think of Egypt as a part of Africa opens the gate of Truth and the opportunity to demythologize Western, North American, Theological symbol systems. I commend it to our laymen and religious educational institutions and Board of publication. Certainly the beginning of Judaeo-Christian-Islamic theology had its origin in the teachings of the indigenous African and Asian peoples of the Nile River, Tigris River, and the Euphrates River valleys.

The Lord certainly acts in His mysterious way; would I have expected the answer from other than a member of the Clergy? TRUTH has no boundaries. I will have to read the rest of his works. Galeries d’ images 0.

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