The Godless Cathedrals of Nigeria

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Ademola Araoye

Ademola Araoye

Ademola Araoye

In the end, through the eons the timelessness, limitlessness and endlessness of God reflect the distillation of an ageless universal humanity and the seamless organic unity of the many and unfathomable strands of all nature. It is in that immutable unity that every strand of the manifestations of God finds its validation as a constituent of or elemental to the totality of that one human spirit. In that unencumbered unity is included even the myriad concrete seemingly contradictory manifestations of the unbounded universal God. The concept of God is thus also an expression in the boundlessness or even the unbounded grace across the infinitely expansive universe. Any often convenient and contrived abridgement of the infinity and organic unity of humanity for reasons always far removed from the true essence of God has historically portended grave consequences. The curtailment entails the hollowing out by Mankind of the original infinity and incalculable human value that ultimately must lead to the pauperization of the human spirit and the very devaluation of Man.

Every such step has been logically followed by the noxious principle of the immiscibility of different hues of humanity. It is more dangerous when this immiscibility is founded on bogus spiritual underpinnings. Whether in Christianity or Islam, the principle of immiscibility has been the source of the ancient travails of black humanity justifying slavery, colonialism, holocaust and more recently the policy of Apartheid. The principle is also a step toward covert cultism, more often by clever charlatans proclaiming dubious inspirations in duplicitous godless ostensible cathedrals of God. In the United States, the principle of immiscibility was the basis of the repatriation of free black men and women in the reconstruction era after the civil war. The political move was also interestingly tied to the need to maintain …Read More

Source:: PM Newspaper