For me my most favorite place in this world is my home, this does not hold true for my son though; he loves hotels. A few days ago I got the shock of my life. My whole world was turned upside down. As a black man in the US your safety is always a big … Continue reading Black Brother, are you safe?
My country of birth has been described as one of the most religious countries in the world. This is a crown that most Ghanaians wear proudly, whilst others would gladly avoid any mention of that. On that account one can understand why an elected president of Ghana would consider building a national cathedral to be … Continue reading Secularism and Separation of Church from State; where do we draw the line? by Dr. Leonard Sowah
More than 20 years ago I entered University of Ghana as a preme student in the Faculty of Science. One important thing about having the opportunity to spend time on the University Campus rather than starting right out in the medical school in Accra was the opportunity afforded us to interact with students pursuing other … Continue reading The Joys and Perils of Free Speech, is it really worth it?
I have been very lucky when it come to religious education. I grew up in the Anglican Church; actually my elementary education was in a school affiliated with the Church. In those days we would all march to the church on Ash Wednesday to get the grey black crosses on our foreheads after school assembly. … Continue reading Thinking Outside The Box When There is No Box
It has become abundantly clear to me that black people in America belong to a different subspecies of Homo sapiens! I have grouped them into a subspecies Homo sapiens blackus, and in my case Sub Subspecies Homo sapiens blackus shitus! How else can anyone explain the spate of calls that are made to cops about … Continue reading Homo sapiens blackus a new human species. How must we handle this new species?
A part of the New Testament, John 8:7 actually suggests .....“He that is without sin among you, let him cast the first stone at her.”... This was after an adulterer was accused and brought to Jesus. In 1 Cor 4:5. Luke 6:37, Matthew 7:1 and James 4:11, Romans 2:1, 14:10, 14:13 Christians are advised and … Continue reading The Bible and Sexuality in Ghana, how does one address the controversies?
In the past few years there have been many protests and struggles across this country surrounding the fate of several monuments depicting confederate leaders. One such protest which occurred in the Summer of 2017 was the Unite the Right Protest in Charlottesville, VA. Unfortunately this protest cost 3 lives including that of 32 year old … Continue reading General Robert E Lee, did he shape American history or has this country shaped his legacy?
Living in the great multi-cultural society, which is today's America is an opportunity that I have grown to love and cherish. I love the fact that when I step out on the streets I could be interacting with individuals whose gene pool could easily span the whole global realm known to man. This in itself … Continue reading Can a person be prejudiced against their own racial group?