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Why is singular capitalized but plural is not??

PostPosted: 20th April 2019, 13:51
by African
Dear Zambia,

I am talking about them gods. In the genuine African tradition of multiple gods, the noun is not capitalized. But in Christiandom, their singular god is always capitalized.

Are them Christians trying to suggest that our African gods are inferior to their singular god??

How dare them damn motherf*ckers.

God is good and God is always local.

The African God is Black. If they choose to the europeans can designate a white god. The Asians can designate a yellow God, the Arabs can designate a brown God, the Native Americans can designate a red God.

We all have designations, you know.

What really sucks is when one group tries to impose their version of God upon another group