quote:Originally posted by Fine:
kresge -- "So you offered this without the intent of dialogue and discourse on the material.
This is a discussion forum, and you seemed at the very least to be endorsing its veracity. If so, on what grounds?"
Discourse is best addressed directly at the Prestigious author/reseacher who is a native of from Ghana, is a Professor and is a Master Linguist--not me!
When you have read the entire book [which is very comprehensive] I will be more than happy to discuss in discourse it's contents with you.
So you are unwilling or unable to deal with the questions that I have raised. Fine
As to the author's credentials, I may investigate them at some other time (although I did note that he is not a major research university) as my doctoral advisors are senior scholars in African American and African religion. At this point, however, the linguistic/philologic veracity of the claims as you present them are dubious at best.