Listen to The African History Network Show, Thursday, Jan. 31st, 8pm-11pm EST with special guests, Pastor Dr. Ray Hagins of the Afrikan Village & Dr. Umar Johnson of “Hidden Colors 1 & 2”. Pastor Dr. Ray Hagins will join us in the 2nd & 3rd hour and we’ll deal with “Part 2: Stories Of The Bible Are Stolen Ancient African Stories”. We want to hear your questions. Many people don’t know that many of the stories in the Bible have been copied and plagiarized from Pyramid Texts, Coffin Texts, etc, out of Ancient Egypt, etc.
Dr. Umar Johnson will join us in the 1st hour and will discuss the upcoming “Meeting of The Minds – Detroit” Conference taking place on Friday, March 1st & Sat. March 2nd at Aisha Shule W.E.B. Academy in Detroit. This is an African-American “Think Tank” created by Dr. Umar Johnson to help solve problems in the African-American Community.
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Topics Pastor Ray Hagins will discuss will include:
1) The origins of the story of Lazarus being raised from the dead.
2) Where does the story of “The Great Flood and Noah’s Ark” come from?
3) Where does the symbolism of the 2 Fish and Jesus feeding the multitude with 2 fish and 5 loaves of bread come from?
4) Where in the Bible does it state that Jesus died for “Our Sins” and who is the “Our” that is referred to?
5) Your questions regarding this important topic.
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