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The Grand Spiritual Heist: How Christianity Stole and Slaughtered African gods

Bible translators appropriated the names of African gods to make Christianity seem familiar to African natives. This amounted to colonial Godslaughter. The names of African Gods became other names for the Christian God; a fraudulent usurpation.

The Grand Spiritual Heist: How Christianity Stole and Slaughtered African gods

Traditional ceremony (Credit: Museé)

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