Demystifying God

Redefining Black Spirituality in the Age of iGod

Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy
196 Pages
Reviewed on 03/14/2019
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Demystifying God: Redefining Black Spirituality in the Age of iGod by Tony Saunders is a profound and insightful book that highlights the ways in which the godbody as a theocratic movement institutes a new form of theocracy, which is called the Godbody Black Theocracy, and as a refinement of the practices and ideas that already exist in the godbody. This book is intended to provide those in the black community with a means of understanding the changes happening around them as a result of accepting the truths of the Godbody Black. This is a good combination of sociology, psychology, and theology, unlike the other two books in this trilogy which are on theologies. The aim and purpose of this book is to represent the godbody movement by presenting anew the lessons based on the experiences of the author and the guidance he has received from the Enlightener.

This book offers good motivation to people of the black community to become righteous. The author tackles the topic with sincerity and honesty so readers will learn in detail about the law of vibration, the law of conservation, and a few other laws of existence which will make readers ponder on the expanding universe. The author also speaks about the societal changes where black people view God as internal, and the evolution to the age of iGod. The topic has been handled extensively and with expertise, and reading this book will help readers look at God, humanity, and the universe with a different perspective.