The original African heritage study Bible: King James Version : with special annotations relative to the African/Edenic perspective
J.C Winston, 1993 - Bibles - 1893 pages
Commissioned by King James I in the early 1600's and published first in 1611, the authentic King James version Bible has been the world's most universally accepted translation for almost four centuries. Crafted in a poetic literary style using Elizabethan English, the King James Version is one of the most distinctive Bibles available.
Study the Bible and Bible history from an African background and viewpoint.
Footnotes and commentary footnotes deal almost exclusively with Black/African culture, African history and the Bible
Numerous articles on topics dealing with Blacks/Africans and the Bible
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Peace! This review speaks to The Original African Heritage Study Bible: KJV. My recent trip to Ghana - I'd say "The Motherland" connected me to this Special Edition of the Bible. For once in my life I am able to reflect on the Biblical African Heritage in a pictorial sense. Never before have there been such beautiful images of the real people of the Bible. Every African and African-American child should be exposed to this edition of the Bible. Their self-esteem and persona will be changed by the pictorial presentation given herein. Thanks to Dr. Felder and the Winston Publishing Company. Thank You again and again!!! Aima Bey
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