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#3475: Book by list member Jean Saint-Vil
From: Jean Saint-Vil <email@example.com>
"Bondye kreye moun, moun kreye relijyon. Vwala se relijyon ki vle montre
moun Bondye!" Jafrikayiti, Viv Bondye! Aba Relijyon! paj 134
Finally it is born and out there!
It is my pleasure to inform members of the list that my first book "Viv
Bondye, aba Relijyon" is now published.
In "Viv Bondye, aba Relijyon" I follow the historical footprints of
Christianity, from its infancy to the present period and provide an analysis
of the main elements of the religion. The legendary stories of historical
figures: Jesus, Paul and Constantine are surveyed and analysed. The sacred
book of the Christians (the Bible) is also scrutinised in order to answer a
basic question: Does the Bible reveal the fingerprints of an infallible
divinity or that of the common Homo sapiens?
Within the confines of its 199 pages, this document gives the reader a
generous amount of verifiable facts about Christianity (including, the
Christian experience in Ayiti) seen from an Afrocentric view of world
I use a brand of Haitian Kreyòl that is simple, direct, personal.
"Viv Bondye, aba Relijyon!" is now available in Miami at Libreri Mapou, In
Pòtoprens at Centre Culturel Pyepoudre and by direct order to
firstname.lastname@example.org. In the coming days, visit also the Kreyòl forum of
windowsonhaiti.com for discussions on the subject. The book signing in
Ottawa-Hull will take place next Sturday May 13th, at 6.pm (Maison du
Check out Brian Stevens' piece about "Viv Bondye aba Relijyon" in the Arts
and culture section of this week's Haitian Times at
«Anpil fwa, nan relijyon, blakawout anvayi lespri moun. Se poutèt sa,
gendelè gwo zotobre mèt relijyon yo toupizi yon seri verite tounèf. Pou
anpeche moun pale laverite: yo eskominye, yo pèsekite, yo menm rive touye
pitit Bondye. Kòmkidire, pou bare chimen laverite, zotobre legliz òganize sa
yo mete yon kokenn chenn maswife sou chimen nèg k ap bouske limyè laverite».
Doktè. Martin Luther King nan Strength to Love, 1963
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