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Organized Religion In Africa Is A Weapon For Power, Control, And Deception

Organized religion has been used over the years as a weapon for controlling power. Much of Africa was conquered by the colonizers on the basis of organized religion.

Organized Religion In Africa Is A Weapon For Power, Control, And Deception
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