This publication is an objective scholastic expanded treatment on the subject of religious belief in general but with a more specific focus on Abrahamic Religious Belief in particular. It addresses psychological, sociological, linguistic dynamics associated with the biblical narrative and literalism infused within the paradigm. It examines historicity and hermeneutics of the particular religious literature while offering an honest contextualized interpretation which the author hopes will aid in the edification of the reader and give an in-depth look at how the author came to the conclusion that this particular paradigm was no longer one he could intellectually grow in or subscribe to and why he feels people of African American/African descent should really reevaluate what they were taught and learn to unlearn.
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