Cush to Mysterious Babylon: Africa and the Covenant People

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Cush to Mysterious Babylon: Africa and the Covenant People
by Michael Lemons

Cush to Mysterious Babylon: Africa and the Covenant People examines the histories of the African people and their continent, and how this has impacted and shaped world history. This deep exploration of the cultural and religious history of African societies supplements what the weekly sermon cannot fully cover. That is to say, Cush to Mysterious Babylon: Africa and the Covenant People looks into the history of religion and the influence of the African people upon it, and of course, the influence of religion upon the African continent.

While it seems, at time, that society will go to extremes to prevent the success of a people, Cush to Mysterious Babylon: Africa and the Covenant People emphasizes that every ethnic group, and every individual, has a purpose and a place on Earth. Mans attempt to diminish cultural differences opposes Gods plan. Cush to Mysterious Babylon: Africa and the Covenant People will bring the reader one step closer to understanding purpose.


About the Author

Michael Ray Lemons is an avid reader. His interests are strongly centered in Biblical history. While attending Wallace Community College, he enrolled in several history courses with the intention of better understanding religion around the world.

Raised by his mother, a single parent, Michael Ray Lemons grew up in an area of Dothan, Alabama called the Baptist Bottom

He is a student of the Bible and loves to read the Word of God. Michael Ray Lemons hopes Cush to Mysterious Babylon: Africa and the Covenant People will aid readers in understanding the advantages of racial and cultural differences.

(2014, Paperback, 134 pages)