The black biblical heritage

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by  Dr. John L. Johnson

Dr. John L. Johnson was born in Altheimer, Arkansas. He was reared in Tucson Arizona and earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Saint Louis University, in Missouri, and a Doctor of Divinity from “New World Theological Seminary” in Texarkana, Arkansas.

 

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Dr. John L. Johnson was born in Altheimer, Arkansas. He was reared in Tucson Arizona and earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Saint Louis University, in Missouri, and a Doctor of Divinity from “New World Theological Seminary” in Texarkana, Arkansas.

The author has traveled throughout Europe, and a portion of Asia and Africa. he has appeared on radio and television engagements throughout the country, and has received numerous awards for his outstanding writings.

One of his most cherished awards is the key to the city of El Paso Texas, presented to him by Major Larry Francis. Dr. John L. Johnson was also selected by Marquis Who’s Who in the Midwest, a biographical guide that is found in most local and public libraries.

He has contributed twenty-five years in researching biblical information, along with other important subjects relating to the significance of black-dark colors, and the African orgin in the Bible. Dr. Johnson is also a contributor to the Original African Heritage Study Bible.

About the Author

The Black Biblical Heritage is a book that reveals Blacks in the Bible. This interesting text is composed of 4000 years of Black biblical history, based on the geneology of Ham, the progenitor father of Africa and parts of Asia.

Other than the Holy Bible itself, The Black Biblical Heritage is the first book printed in North America too expose an African (or African descent) Bible Heritage.

Product details

  • Paperback: 275 pages
  • Publisher: Johnson Books, Inc.; 21st edition edition (May 1, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0970971508
  • ISBN-13: 978-0970971500
  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 0.8 x 10.7 inches

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