TSU supporters to demonstrate at state board of regents meeting

Thursday, June 23, 2011 at 6:06pm

In an effort to raise awareness regarding its desire to see major changes at Tennessee State University, the Save TSU Community Coalition (STCC) will demonstrate prior to the Tennessee Board of Regents meeting on Friday, June 24, at Nashville State Community College.

STCC — comprising students, faculty, alumni, community organizations and faith-based institutions interested in ensuring TSU’s future as an HBCU (historically black land-grant college or university) — was recently formed after both TSU and TBR officials announced in mid-April the university would undergo a major restructuring and reorganization, including cutting eight degree programs.

STCC will hold a press conference at the entrance to Nashville State Community College, located at 120 White Bridge Pike, from 12:30 p.m. to 1 p.m. A mass rally is slated to start at 2 p.m.

TBR officials will meet from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the NSCC Student Services Building.

Kwame Leo Lillard, a TSU graduate and co-spokesman for the coalition, said STCC supporters are concerned about both the university’s current status and its future.

“It’s time to have a discussion about where TSU is going to go,” said Lillard, who oversees the African American Cultural Alliance.

“My hope is [TSU] gets the same kind of autonomous control that the University of Tennessee has,” Lillard added. “That’s the sentiment I sense [talking to coalition members].”

In a statement, Tennessee Board of Regents Chancellor John Morgan declined to address the demonstration or note if the TBR would be open to considering the coalition's requests. Instead, he focused on how the TBR has approved and supports Tennessee State University’s academic restructuring plan.

Morgan said TSU Interim President Portia Shields deserves credit for "making difficult decisions to improve the university" and to trim the budget.   “These are some of the same types of changes many other campuses made over the past few years as funding and revenues declined,” Morgan said in a release. “I wholeheartedly support Dr. Shields and believe she is doing everything she can to improve the campus and help TSU’s students succeed.”

On its website, the Save TSU Community Coalition notes the following:

• We want the Tennessee Board of Regents to reject or indefinitely suspend the proposed reorganization plan.

• We want a detailed explanation (from an independent organization) of how the current reorganization plan actually saves the university money.

• We want an immediate external search for a permanent TSU president conducted by a national search firm.

• We want fair treatment of TSU by the TBR and a policy of shared governance by the TSU Administration.

• We want to retain Africana Studies as a major and merge it with Interdisciplinary Studies to form the Department of Interdisciplinary and Africana Studies.

12 Comments on this post:

By: Nitzche on 6/23/11 at 4:51

what?

By: slzy on 6/23/11 at 7:40

maybe leaving the regents system and becoming UT-Nashville might be the best thing to do.

By: BigPapa on 6/24/11 at 7:33

That place is such a joke. Do they give you a degree in Demonstrations and Sign Making?

By: gdiafante on 6/24/11 at 7:50

Well Papa, the first amendment says that we have the right to peacefully assemble...do you have a problem with that?

Maybe you can gather some people and protest the protest. Would that make you feel better?

By: anjnew on 6/24/11 at 7:50

I hope they change things, TSU is conviently located in Nashville and has the opportunity to turn it around. I am a white student who recently attended MTSU but found with working full time and school I can’t keep driving to Murfreesboro twice a week it’s a waste of gas money and time. I am now enrolled at TSU and hope I receive a quality education. With the time and gas money I will be saving it made TSU a no-brainer. Nashville needs a good affordable 4-year college, many of my friend and colleges agree it could be something great as long as TBR does what they say they intend to do!

By: BigPapa on 6/24/11 at 8:21

I didnt say they shouldnt have the right, but that place has been a mess for years and this woman came in with the full purpose of cleaning things up and what happens? People decide to protest, do you want to improve or not?
You cant offer degrees that have one person in the class, it's an insult to the public and tax payers.

By: judyboodo@yahoo.com on 6/24/11 at 1:00

"Kwame" Lillard is still living in the '60's. Most of the current students at TSU really don't care about anything but getting a degree to help their job search. Thats as it should be. Just as "Kwame" wants white folk to put the segregated past behind, so should black folk try to not keep bringing up the differences as well. TSU could be a very good school, great location, good history but trying to keep "a historically black land-grant college or university" for the sake of segregation is inefficient and just wrong. TSU hasn't shown in the past that it is capable of running itself and must be overseen by the Board of Regents.

By: FreedomJournal on 6/24/11 at 8:08

BLACK HISTORY: OVERLOOKED, NEGLECTED SUSPENDED ANALYTICAL PERSUASIONS
18 February 2010
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Black History In Transition: Banished Afro-Centric Theories

Greetings Brethren,

Peace be unto you. The historical record of the Black Experience takes in much more than the name, place and time. It is also not just a lesson in rote memory of certain facts noted in the accomplishments of outstanding Black people. First of all most Black people are confused over whether they are African are American.

Who can deny my African ancestry? However I was born in Tennessee. Willie Brown was born in Georgia and Johnnie Mae was born in the Mississippi Delta. Along also came the highest stage of technology on the planet called earth that Willie Brown and Johnnie Mae were able to see and grasp. Thus, logically then these ancestors of transplanted Black souls became a distinct racial group.

“The Land of the Blacks,” since times immemorial has been noted as the homeland of the Blacks in the Diaspora. Thus Black has a history of representing those that are descendants from the land now called Africa. Meanwhile an examination of historical circumstances as a means of further understanding our unique history has been passed by with slave parades. Many dress up in chains not knowing why the Black woman cried at the Levee.

The Arts Slipped, Tripped and Fell as World Civilizations Declined

Just calling out a name as Black or African
told the babe in the cradle still on milk
very little. There was surely more to this
whole world than just name, place and time.

The scholars took leisure as they had none,
but rest must come to the weary as these
burdens often get heavy. What does it all
mean, then and now?

The Prophets of the Bible never paused as they
spoke with inspiration. However few listened
but they spoke and wrote anyway. Along came
the historians and the sages and they also were,

Never heard by some as the independent mind
has always been challenged by the waste can.
Even the youth untainted by the brain-washers
often had an inquisitive mind. Why? What? When?

Surely what was the utility of time, place and
condition? What are the precedents for many
social and economic problems of today? Where
can the answers be found?

What is the role of Black Studies curriculums?
What questions do they answer? Do they just
sit on preconceived notions about the Experience
Black?

Is there then a failed and fallen conflict of
those just and good? I would imagine that
creative thinkers are at odds and at war with the
many advocates of callous misguided thinking.

Does this mean that the poets will leave all rhyme
and reason and fall among the thorns only to be torn
by the bramble bush hiding in the woods. However
those independent and making an analysis and an,

Examination of the elements looked to their thought
and mediation based on some research and empirical
investigation. Thus the critique was in vogue but not
for money, fame or fortune.

Thinkers and those committed and inspired to think
not only want to be removed from ignorance. They
also want to share what they feel about the Creation.
Knowing and realizing the power of God is good.

Peace and Paradise,
Dr. Carl A. Patton writing for the FreedomJournal Press 19 February 2010 in the year of our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus.

By: FreedomJournal on 6/24/11 at 8:09

BLACK HISTORY: OVERLOOKED, NEGLECTED SUSPENDED ANALYTICAL PERSUASIONS

Greetings Brethren,

Peace be unto you. The historical record of the Black Experience takes in much more than the name, place and time. It is also not just a lesson in rote memory of certain facts noted in the accomplishments of outstanding Black people. First of all most Black people are confused over whether they are African are American.

Who can deny my African ancestry? However I was born in Tennessee. Willie Brown was born in Georgia and Johnnie Mae was born in the Mississippi Delta. Along also came the highest stage of technology on the planet called earth that Willie Brown and Johnnie Mae were able to see and grasp. Thus, logically then these ancestors of transplanted Black souls became a distinct racial group.

“The Land of the Blacks,” since times immemorial has been noted as the homeland of the Blacks in the Diaspora. Thus Black has a history of representing those that are descendants from the land now called Africa. Meanwhile an examination of historical circumstances as a means of further understanding our unique history has been passed by with slave parades. Many dress up in chains not knowing why the Black woman cried at the Levee.

The Arts Slipped, Tripped and Fell as World Civilizations Declined

Just calling out a name as Black or African
told the babe in the cradle still on milk
very little. There was surely more to this
whole world than just name, place and time.

The scholars took leisure as they had none,
but rest must come to the weary as these
burdens often get heavy. What does it all
mean, then and now?

The Prophets of the Bible never paused as they
spoke with inspiration. However few listened
but they spoke and wrote anyway. Along came
the historians and the sages and they also were,

Never heard by some as the independent mind
has always been challenged by the waste can.
Even the youth untainted by the brain-washers
often had an inquisitive mind. Why? What? When?

Surely what was the utility of time, place and
condition? What are the precedents for many
social and economic problems of today? Where
can the answers be found?

What is the role of Black Studies curriculums?
What questions do they answer? Do they just
sit on preconceived notions about the Experience
Black?

Is there then a failed and fallen conflict of
those just and good? I would imagine that
creative thinkers are at odds and at war with the
many advocates of callous misguided thinking.

Does this mean that the poets will leave all rhyme
and reason and fall among the thorns only to be torn
by the bramble bush hiding in the woods. However
those independent and making an analysis and an,

Examination of the elements looked to their thought
and mediation based on some research and empirical
investigation. Thus the critique was in vogue but not
for money, fame or fortune.

Thinkers and those committed and inspired to think
not only want to be removed from ignorance. They
also want to share what they feel about the Creation.
Knowing and realizing the power of God is good.

Peace and Paradise,
Dr. Carl A. Patton writing for the FreedomJournal Press 19 February 2010 in the year of our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus.

By: FreedomJournal on 6/24/11 at 8:25

SEE “FALLEN LETTERS: MIS-EDUCATION & INTELLECTUAL CONFUSION” (ESSAYS ON THE BLACK EXPERIENCE)
Writers Note: The system of mis-education has also relied heavily on the recreant, and the disloyal. Thus, a cadre of professional instigators, rebel rousers, and agent provocateurs are enlisted. Many claim to be integrationists, Black Nationalists, Revolutionaries etc.
These renegades are the worst of the worst because they are often presented as the most militant. Thus they are often in the vanguard of the struggle for Human Rights but cause dis-unity and dissension.
Peace,
Carl A. Patton, Writing for the FreedomJournal February 21, 2000.
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SOME NOTES ON BLACK HISTORY

Part 1: The Confusion Caused by Mis-Education

In the name of God, Master of the universe, Ruler of the earth.

Editors Note: This series of articles will hopefully bring more clarity to the on-going confusion regarding Black history. Also for the many people that have confusions as too why The FreedomJournal uses Black instead of African-American see "The Name Game," FreedomJournal Page. Also, see Chancellor Williams "The Destruction Black Civilization page 23, where you find these words: "The term Black was given a rebirth by the Black youth revolt. As reborn, it does not refer to the particular color of any particular person. But, to the attitude of pride and devotion to the race whose homeland from times immemorial was called "The Land of The Blacks."
Part 1: The Confusion Caused by Mis-Education," will highlight the historical reasons for this confusion. Part 2: The Attack on Afro-Centric Scholars," will reveal that there is a sustained effort to destroy the message and the messengers of Truth. Part 3: The Power of God and Black History," will reveal to the reader the presence of God in Truth and the histories of mankind. Part 4: God Ordains Black History," will bear witness to the Word of God and the essence of Black history.
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We bear witness that Almighty God has revealed that He is Truth. Thus, the accurate recording of the histories of mankind is in His will. The record shows that the on-going confusion of Black people about their history is ingrained in the economics of racism in the historic exploitation Black people. Therefore, the economic system of slavery, and colonialism set the precedents for the on-going and contemporary attempts to continue the economic exploitation of the Black masses.

Thus, we find clear logical reasons for the historic campaign to mis-educate Black people. Within the hearts and minds of capitalists corrupted with economic greed we see the interests for lies, and falsehoods to keep intact a system of control. This system would thusly insure that Blacks would come to control themselves.

As the system of control was fine tuned and developed by the proponents of economic racism, they duly passed it onto Black leaders, educators etc. Let the record also show that this system has survived because of the efforts of treasonable and mutinous people within the Black community. This disloyal element poses as legitimate Black leaders and tries to destroy independent Black leadership, and the Free Black Press. Thus, causing Confusion, Dis-Unity and Dissension. As the clock turned to a new century we see almost four hundred years of mis-education of Black people and the confusion it has caused. This confusion has resulted in enslavement to the dependence on White people. The denial of self-sufficiency has also resulted, creating non paid investors in the capitalist system. Secondly this calculated system of mis-education has caused Dis-Unity among Black people.

With so many charlatans and false prophets past and present we need somebody moved by Truth and objectivity. It is a rare occurrence to find bonafide Truth-Seekers in the intellectual community. Therefore we are honored to note one of our great thinkers who has made a positive contribution to our struggle for Human Rights.

Our Brother the late Chancellor Williams, "The Destruction of Black Civilization," gives us valid information toward making some sense out of this confusion. Here Professor Williams reveals to Black historians a framework for the study of African history. This framework of analysis extends to the study of Black American history and the study of the Black presence throughout the Diaspora.

Professor Williams argues: "There is a historical and fundamental basis of real brotherhood and unity of the Black race. This could not escape the notice of the Europeans who have been investigating and writing about Africa over the years."

Professor Williams continues this discussion: "Massive Black unity would be massive Black power which, of course would reduce White power and its domination of the earth. So White Africanist writers always concentrated on the ethnic differences among Africans."

Professor Williams in the following statement defines the role of the Black historian: "The Black historian if he is to serve his generation must not hesitate to declare what he thinks the results of these studies mean. For even when our history shows us where we have been weak, it is also showing us how, through our own efforts, we can become strong again."

We are also indebted to Professor Williams for the following statements. In a clear and vivid succinct fashion Professor Williams notes the results of mis-education in the Black community.
"The first tragedy to note about the effects of this class education on Blacks is that it further reinforced colonialism's policy of perpetual disunity in Africa and elsewhere. The second great tragedy is mainly rote learning, the ability to memorize phrases, concepts and other required data. Thinking is neither required nor expected. Also, critical analyses and the evaluation of subject matter are not required."

Meanwhile the confusion continues because only a few Black historians accept the framework for analysis established by scholars like Chancellor Williams. Most of the historians of today despite race seek to redefine history.

History can be defined as a systematic chronological account of important events connected with a country, people, individual etc. Usually the account of history is noted by an explanation of causes. The crucial and key concern is the explanation of causes. Those taught not to think and make analyses are lost. Those taught to be biased and prejudiced are also lost. Those that have a world view that promotes racial superiority are also lost.

It is against the Laws of God to take the Truth of humankind and distort it for economic gain, power etc. To the non-believers you cannot take God out of Truth because you deny God. To the so-called Believers that are absent of love, you cannot use God to promote ideas of discrimination and hate.
Cont. Part 2: The Attack on Afro-Centric Scholars.

By: FreedomJournal on 6/24/11 at 8:30

SOME NOTES ON BLACK HISTORY

Part 2: The Attack on Afro-Centric Scholars

In the name of God, Master of the universe, Ruler of the earth.

The attack on Afro-Centric scholars is an attack on independent thinking. Independent thinkers are Truth-Seekers. Truth-Seekers pursue the attributes of God that are found in Truth. Those that are Black that pursue Truth are noted as natural Afro-Centric scholars. Thus one cannot be a Truth- Seeker and not be an Afro-Centric thinker.

The FreedomJournal therefore argues that the fusion of Truth, culture and independent thinking are the necessary ingredients for the creation of Afro-Centric philosophy. We also reveal that these elements are more important than so-called formal educational training. The biased, prejudiced and sold-out Black intellectual community and their supporters have often rejected some of our greatest scholars and thinkers.

We lift up Frederick Douglass, Marcus Garvey, J. A. Rogers, The Honorable Elijah Muhammad, and Malcolm X. The independent thinkers in the Black community are deeply indebted to these great Black men who set many precedents for Afro-Centric philosophy. They are also leading examples for the absence of Euro-Centric brainwashing that occurs in most educational institutions in America and the world.

Carter G. Woodson was an independent thinker who escaped the confusion of mis-education in the American educational system. As one of our greatest thinkers Professor Woodson in his research, "The Mis-Education of the Negro,” gives us a workable framework for making an analysis of the various questions and concerns associated with the intellectual homicide of Black people. Here Woodson asks a very important question:

"Why haven't the friends of truth and the promoters of freedom risen up against the propaganda in the schools and crushed it?"

The FreedomJournal also asks several questions: Who are the great friends of Black people? Who have always been in the midst of Black Causes? Who are the people that have always sought to finance many Black Causes? Why have these people always had a special interest in education? Have any of these people ever financed any Black economic development? The attack on Afro-Centric scholars is given further clarity as we continue to look at selected statements made by Professor Woodson.

"The education of the Negro has always been in the hands of those that enslaved him and their agents or puppets."

In Chapter 4: "Education Under Outside Control," on page 28, Woodson answers the question raised earlier.
"Blacks who are trained under racism in institutions that do not protest are cowards, and in life will continue as slaves in spite of their nominal emancipation."

We are eternally grateful to Professor Woodson for his sharp analysis of the crisis of Black education. Writing early in the last century Professor Woodson has noted the historical development of mis-education of Black people. Professor Woodson also because of his great wisdom has also laid out a framework of analysis of mis-education that extends from his day to the year 2000.

As the cards continue to be stacked against the Afro-Centric independent thinker a stark reality is revealed. Afro-Centric thinkers are historians. Therefore, they have a responsibility to record history. Thus, the greatest attack on Afro-Centric scholars comes from the attempts to Censor and Ban their writings. Again Professor Woodson reveals a very important point.

"The Negro author is doomed to failure. He can neither find a publisher nor a reader; and his story remains untold."

Therefore the few that slip through are not allowed any platform. From all indications very few slip through, because the system is very rigid. More clarity about the rigid system is found in the following statement by Professor Woodson:

"The Negro must be kept in his place. The teaching of history had a political significance after the Civil War. The opponents of freedom and social justice decided to work out a program which would enslave the Negroes mind."

From most accounts this system has been very successful. In America the few Afro-Centric scholars make on-going attempts to educate and inform Black people about the realities of the Black experience. Meanwhile Black Colleges and Universities are filled with programmed Black intellectual puppets that carry on a campaign of intellectual genocide. The predominant White institutions are no exception. At these institutions we find some of the worst so-called Black intellectuals that make a mockery of Afro-Centric philosophy. In many of these institutions you also find various Europeans claiming to be authorities on Black history.

Why is there a great emphasis on keeping Black people dumb, stupid and blind? Why are such elaborate methods and tactics used to continue the enslavement of Black people? Why have Black people allowed their mental enslavement? For the record the Afro-Centric scholar is under attack by his own people. It is for sure that the mental enslavement of Black people has been very successful. Thus we see family members attacking siblings because they stand for Truth and independent thinking.

Tell me Black man, Black woman, how can you be raised in the same household with a brother or sister and turn on them because they don't accept the Euro-Centric world view. Let it be written Black people cannot adopt a Euro-Centric world view. Simply, because they are not Europeans. So when Blacks deny their own culture and heritage, they strip themselves naked. Thus, a man or woman without culture has no place in the natural order of the world. Thus, they latch onto materialism, symbolism and fantasy. A Black man can never be a White man. It is also impossible to become assimilated into a dominant culture, unless measures of genocide are committed.

However, you can become a "Water Boy" for Euro-Centric beliefs. Are your dreams confident reminders of your proud heritage are do you dream the impossible dream?

Cont. Part 3: The Power of God and Black History

By: FreedomJournal on 6/24/11 at 8:34

SOME NOTES ON BLACK HISTORY

Part 3: The Power of God and Black History

In the name of God, Master of the universe, Ruler of the earth.

The FreedomJournal is a vessel of Almighty God. Therefore, we thank God for allowing us to do His will. We realize that God has all Power. We bear witness that God rules all that exists as the Creator of all that walk and crawl the planet earth. We declare to the believers and the unbelievers that God is Truth. Therefore the knowledge of God is Truth and Truth is necessary in the search for historical facts. Can Truth also be a key factor in establishing Social Science as an exact science?
For the record there are many people that doubt the utility of studying and recording history. Anyone with any sense at all should realize that this is not only stupid but absurd. However, where did such foolish thinking come from? For the sake of analysis the FreedomJournal notes the following story:
"Once upon a time some ships came to "The Land of The Blacks." The money lenders, and crown governments of Europe financed these ships. They came to rape the land of its people and exploit the natural resources. Along with the destruction of the land and people they also attempted to destroy a culture.
We heard about and read about this great tragedy which our ancestors and great thinkers passed down. As they carried these people across the great sea many died and many sought to give themselves to the sea rather than continue a voyage of hell on earth.
As we continue, we ask the Power of God to help us continue this story. The shores of the New World, the Western Hemisphere presented a new land and new culture. They changed their names and they destroyed their religions. The record shows that those that captured these people of God sought to invent a new race."

Therefore, the FreedomJournal argues that the attack on history especially Black history is a result of the crimes of Humanity committed against God's people. Meanwhile the exploiters of the flesh and the mind ravishers have taught a cadre of deserters and sycophants in the Black community that there is no utility in learning about your history because it is negative. Therefore negative history causes confusion and places the blame for crimes on people who are apologists for the former slave masters.

Thus if you denounce your history and past you are appreciated and loved by White people. The reality is that you become a fool. It is for sure that one has to have knowledge of the past to deal with the present and the future. For the record all Black people are not good and surely all White people are not bad. Therefore to accept certain racial extremes renders either Black Supremacy are White Supremacy any Supremacy devoid of God (there is only one God and He is Supreme) is vile and of no utility regarding the humane posture God has given to all He created.

Black man, Black woman you have no control over what happened in the past. Also, to be condemned for pursuing knowledge of self and your people is a High Crime against Humanity. Black people, you need the knowledge of the past to deal with the present and the future. Also, there is clear logic in realizing the essence of history. There is an academic term called "Historical Development." As a historian I use this term often because it helps one to conceptualize and understand thoughts. "Historical Development" also has a simple and logical use. To use this frame of reference one simply considers the beginning of a particular historical event and the end. The Civil War lasted from 1860-1865. Therefore, to adequately make an analysis of the Civil War one would have to review various factors throughout the period 1860-1865. Also one would have to consider various factors that contributed to this War that occurred before 1860.

Any review of historical data over time involves the "Historical Development" of a particular phenomenon. Thus, to do away with history is tantamount to bringing life to a stand-still. We also believe that one can see the prophecy of God through a rational understanding of history. Thus we see a fusion of past, present and future events.

What is Black history? All people have a history No one can destroy the culture of another people unless they destroy the people. Black people; have not been destroyed so our culture and history is still evident but under attack. The historic record of the people from "The Land of the Blacks," (also called Africa) extends throughout the world.

Africa as the cradle of world civilizations has seen her people dispersed to the four corners of the earth. Thus the term Diaspora, this means the scattering of Black people due to slavery and colonialism. So the phrase "Blacks in the Diaspora" is used to describe Blacks in America and throughout the world. Therefore, Black and African history takes on the unique cultural influences of the area in which you find Black people. This unique culture seeks to retain its African origins and links to the motherland.

We reveal that as the people of God are scattered throughout the world their culture and history is tampered with. The Spiritual nature of these people is also tampered with and abused. In this tragic scene of events the responsible and independent thinkers in the Black community stepped forward and declared the need to study and know our history. Therefore, preventing the destruction of our history and culture.

Meanwhile, the serious Afro-Centric scholars are persecuted and abused. Their First Amendment rights are often denied. Also a campaign of hate is carried out by racists and those in the Black community that support the destruction of Black civilization. These Judas clones and intellectual sycophants refute reality. Thus, denying the Truth in the following statement: "The absence of knowledge about our history will keep you enslaved."

Praise the Lamb of God. We know that God wishes for man to have Truth, wisdom and knowledge. We also bear witness that faith in God will render you Truth, wisdom and knowledge. Proverbs is the Wisdom Book in the Bible:
Proverbs 13: 16. "Every prudent man dealeth with knowledge but a fool layeth open folly.
Proverbs 4: 7. "Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore, get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding."
James 1: 5. "If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not, and it shall be given.
John 1: 17. "For the law was given by Moses, but grace and truth came by Jesus Christ."

Let it be written that the people on the planet earth that know God have something in common. There is no Muslim Truth, there is no Christian Truth, there is no Jewish Truth, nor is Truth only found in "The Book of The Dead.” God is Truth to the believers. This Truth of God will also be revealed to the unbelievers the Last and Final Day that will come to all of the creatures on earth.

Cont. Part 4: God Ordains The Study of History