Reader Review

  • Mr. Obeng has written an excellent book that touches one of the most controversial issues, which is religion. I was completely enthralled by his writing from page one, and fell deeper and deeper into its spell as I turned the pages and kept reading. So spellbound was I at times that I forgot more than once that I was supposed to be editing Mr. Obeng's writing and not just reading a fascinating book.
    This book must be read with a clear and open mind in order to be enjoyed to its fullest; the reader must leave his personal beliefs aside and be very honest with himself when turning the pages, and he will find himself recognizing issues that had probably dwelled in his mind for years - as I did. Read it! You will never regret the time spent with it.
    --Christina Brett Author of: Old Sins Cast Long Shadows, Michigan
  • Anyone who wants to think seriously about their religion should read this powerful and passionate critique of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Mr. Obeng challenges believers to confront some troubling but significant facts and truths about their faith. While I do not agree with everything that Mr. Obeng asserts, I found his book engaging and provocative.
    --Phil Zuckerman, Ph.D. Author of: Society Without God.
  • Mr. Obeng provides us with a series of keen observations in this book. At once exacting in detail and comprehensive in scope, we are treated to a major work on science, logic, and mythology that is reader friendly and generous in facts. I am proud to recommend this contribution to the field of religious study, and eager to see it on bookshelves across the landscape. Particularly compelling is Mr. Obeng's ability to cull together a number of different disciplines ranging from anthropology to astrophysics, and then combine them to make a case for humanism in an age sorely in need of reason.
    --Harry Lennix, CA
  • As an avid reader of various works on the subject of African history and culture, I must admit that Kwadwo Obeng's "We Are All Africans" was a rare treat. Kwadwo's deep analysis and accurate data has catapulted my interest in conducting further research into the depth of influence western indoctrination has on the African culture today. It is beyond comprehension how any African scholar and educator can continue with credibility without referring to this dynamic book.
    – Kwame Afari, Atlanta, GA
  • This excellent book puts African centered scholarship on an entirely new level. Though many authors have dealt with the 'religiosity' & 'spirituality' of Africa & Africans, Mr Obeng's unified thesis on the scientific origins of the human species & the development of aboriginal spiritual thought and its latter, historical metamorphosed impact as Islam, Judaism and Christianity on contemporary Africans & descendants through-out the world, offers new insights and a fresh perspective. Many will come away from reading this well written work, encountering well known facts & ideas juxtaposed within an 'African centered' referential context along the way, with new insights as well as with satisfied answers & even further questions. Overall this is an interesting read that will spur the honest researcher, scholar and the interested public alike to further research & study on the many fascinating subjects covered in this tome. It should be required reading in institutions of higher learning everywhere. As after all, as Mr. Obeng thoroughly establishes, We Are All Africans.
    - Akini Africa "AA", Los Angeles, CA

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