Xulon Press, 2004 - 516 páginas
From the obscure beginnings of a 1930s ghetto in Detroit to international acclaim, Black Muslims have evoked fright, mystery, and hostility. The Nation of Islam received little attention from the black Christian church, despite its blatantly blasphemous teachings. In weekly radio broadcasts, Elijah Muhammad taught that his doctrine was superior to the Bible and Quran, his mentor was the Messiah/God spoken of in Scripture, and Jesus died in front of a Jewish storefront and remains buried in Jerusalem. From the early 1980s, Louis Farrakhan has taught Elijahs doctrine with one major difference: he stands in the pulpits of Christian churches, mesmerizing the biblically illiterate! Islamic Impostors carefully details the irreconcilable differences between Christians, Black Muslims, and Islam, while providing a biblical critique to aid the Christian church.
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Min Farrakhan is fullfilling aspects of what has been written of him to the utmost of all prophecies. His life's work and accomplishments challenging this world of of Satan produces such a book. (The #1 aim of "this world" is to try and decieve the entire world on the validity of Min. Farrakhan. The author of this book attempts to do just that.
This book is a joke. I'm don't particularly care for or support Farrakhan, but this book basis Farrakhan's lies with more lies and misunderstood words from the bible. Everyone who wants to know is aware that none of the people during biblical times spoke English. They spoke Hebrew and Aramaic. The author of this book and Farrakhan are one and the same. Those two should get together and write a book. I give it one star for speaking against Farrakhan, but that about it.