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The Inspiration of God

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Author Allen Hand
Isbn 168456610X
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Year 2020-11-09
Pages 534
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Firstly, the objective of that research was to assess the actions of the Civil Rights and the Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc. (PNBC) movements. Based on 37 returns to a questionnaire of 39 reduced to 24 identified key criteria e-mailed to 158 persons across the country with forwarding permission, 92% of the respondents indicated that they either agreed or strongly agreed that the actions of the Civil Rights and PNBC movements were inspired of/by God. Additionally, this research identified some serious concerns and issues that each movement (mainly PNBC) has to address if each will continue to exist/survive. Secondly, the objective of that research was to document our history through our struggles, through our pains and gains, through our good times and bad times, through the ups and the downs; in other words, good, bad, or indifferent, it is what it is, our story (his-story, not their-story). Rev. Dr. Herbert D. Daughtry, Sr. constantly admonished us to make history, to interpret history, and to record history (or something to that effect and not necessarily in that order). When we do not do it ourselves in an accurate, precise, truthful, etc. manner, then others will tell their story, which (nine out of ten times) usually is not accurate, precise, truthful, etc. The old prophet acclaimed: “And the Lord answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it.” (Habakkuk 2:2) Thirdly (and lastly), the objective of that research was to share information that we do not want to be locked in our minds only to take it to the so-called grave. Many persons who were super-knowledgeable (as I define it) about so many things that could have blessed the world took that super-valuable information to the grave – what a tremendous lost!!! As an aside, the lost is on multiple levels. Level one, we lost them. Level two, we lost what they did not share with us while they were alive. Level three, we lost the value of that buried information. (That is, someone could have taken that information and transformed it to new information. For example, Dr. Gabriel A. Oyibo solved the Unified Field Theorem that Albert Einstein did not live long enough to solve. So many things evolved from solving that equation. Just think: what would have happened to those many things that evolved from solving that equation if Dr. Oyibo would not have solved that theorem? All those many things that evolved from solving that equation would not be in existence. Level four, those persons who took from those many things that evolved from solving that equation and incorporated that value into what they were doing. Etc. etc. etc. The number of these levels conceivably and theoretically approaches infinity. That is, there is no end to the theoretical lost when just one person does not bless the world with their knowledge, wisdom, and understanding.

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