Written in 2002, An Appeal to the African Church in America: Beware of False Profit$:
Describes the historical development of greed since the birth of Jesus and charts the church's role in this process.
Documents Africa's major role in the development of history and religion, and the many attempts by the ruling elite of the world to hide this history.
Discusses the church's silence in the wake of oppression in the world including U.S. military repression in Africa and the "Middle East."
Shows how less than five percent of the world's population controls the majority of its resources and dominates the other 95% of the world population.
Shows how and why people of African descent scattered around the world (including the U.S.) are amongst the poorest people on earth, even though the continent of Africa is one of the richest in resources.
Provides specific solutions the church can take to change the negative social and economic conditions of poor and oppressed people.
"These twelve Jesus sent forth, and commanded them, saying, Go not into the way of the Gentiles, and into any city of the Samaritans enter ye not; But go rather to the lost sheep of the house of Israel." Matthew 10:5-6 (King James Version of the Bible)
Is it merely an accident that Jesus the Messiah came into the world shortly after Rome, the first worldwide Gentile superpower, began to conquer Europe, Asia and Africa? Why did Jesus instruct his disciples to "go not into the way of the Gentiles" but "to the lost sheep of the house of Israel?"
In The Way of the Gentiles, Devin L. Walker draws from the Holy Bible, historical and geographical documents, religious theory and political ideology to explain the true identity of the Gentiles and the lost sheep of Israel along with biblical prophecy concerning their role in modern world events. He provides a missing link between these prophecies and current political-economic events that is needed to understand the Western world's domination over much of the earth.
The Way of the Gentiles challenges a commonly accepted but unproven Biblical interpretation about the origin of the Gentiles that has contributed to generations of people developing inferiority complexes. Walker not only provides specific actions that Christians and non-Christians alike can take to counter "the way of the Gentiles," but also provides hope to a generation that has been neglected and ignored.
Who are the Gentiles and what is their way? You may be surprised by the answer.