80 Reasons Why the Book of Mormon Is an African Bible
About the Book
In this book, I have presented eighty reasons to prove that the Book of Mormon is that of the history of Eritrea and Ethiopia, and its prophecies encompass the entire continent of Africa and the black race in general. I have also successfully identified who the authentic Israelites are in the world. The Book of Mormon contains the ultimate revelations the world has been waiting for many centuries. Its prophecies are incredibly very accurate and reveal the ultimate truths that were hidden from mankind for many centuries. When the Book of Mormon’s true messages are finally made known to mankind, as I am doing now, the world would marvel at the contents of its records. The perceptions of the white and black races especially would change dramatically. They shall view their relationships with each other from different perspectives when they come to the full knowledge and understanding of the truth contained in the Book of Mormon. The prophet Joseph Smith translated the Book of Mormon very accurately from its Sa’bean script. However, the Mormon Church was not expected to know the truth about the valuable contents of the Book of Mormon until God’s own appointed time and did not do so for many decades. I am prophesied in the records of the Book of Mormon to reveal the final truth contained in the book at God’s appointed time, which is now. I am therefore doing the work the Lord designated me for, as prophesied in the Book of Mormon, and I am bringing to revelation the ultimate truths of the records of the book to the African people and our descendants all over the world. The African people and the black race especially are the primary beneficiaries and heirs to the records of the Book of Mormon. However, the truth contained in the Book of Mormon will not only benefit Africans but also the entire human race and especially the Gentiles or the white race.
About the Author
I am an Eritrean by origin residing in Toronto as a citizen of Canada. Conversation with God is my seventh book and probably my last. I am a Catholic by religion but have various religious affiliations in my family. I learnt how to communicate with God since my childhood but only recently did I become so committed and knew the benefits of his guidance. I was always ostracized and condemned and even admitted to a mental hospital for merely saying that I spoke to God. I am a divorced father of three, two of whom are autistic kids and wonderful children. I came to Canada from Nigeria where I resided as a refugee for a total of fifteen years. I left Eritrea in 1975 to avoid the escalating war at the time and have never returned since then because of the brutal regime that controls the country.