The Holy Piby: The Blackman's Bible

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Cosimo, Inc., Apr 1, 2007 - Religion - 98 pages
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Born in Anguilla, ROBERT ATHLYI ROGERS (d. 1931) spent a significant part of his youth traveling throughout Central and South America, the Caribbean, and the United States, preaching an Afrocentric gospel. Passionately and spiritually committed to the chosen status of the sons of Ethiopia, Rogers wrote The Holy Piby to call together all Africans in praise and prayer. In it, Rogers also pays tribute to civil rights crusader and advocate for African pride Marcus Garvey, and the work would go on to become one of the primary foundational works for the Rastafarian movement.
 

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Contents

Proclamation
19
The Second Book of Athlyi Called Aggregation
25
Presentation of the Law 3334
33
Athlyi Robed
34
Gods Holy Law to the Children of Ethiopia 3539
35
The Holy Commandments
36
The Shepherds Prayer By Athlyi
39
The Law Preached 4041
40
Marcus Garvey 5455
54
Athlyi Sent Abroad 5657
56
The Word of the Lord 5860
58
Rejoicing In the Light 6162
61
Returned to Newark 6365
63
The Guiding Light 6667
66
Athlyi Bleeds 6871
68
The Third Book of Athlyi Named the Facts
81

Athlicanity Preached 4246
42
Solemnity Feast 4753
47
The Athlyians Creed
50
The Fourth Book of Athlyi Called Precaution
90
Questions and Answers 100102
100
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