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Overcoming Racism: Newly Released Christian Non-Fiction Book Series Discusses Steps for Gaining Individual Victory Over Racism

Overcoming Racism: Newly Released Christian Non-Fiction Book Series Discusses Steps for Gaining Individual Victory Over Racism Laurel, MD, April 01, 2013 –(PR.com)– Marble Tower Publishing, , a Maryland-based company announces release of empowering new Christian inspirational book series as excerpts from “RAYS OF VICTORY: NAILING TO THE CROSS.” Included in the book series are the following titles: Footprints of Victory Over : In the Secret Place With God (Volumes 1 2); 150 Power Thoughts for Victory Over ; 150 Power Thoughts DIARY for Victory Over ; One on One With God for Victory Over ; On the Hammock: With the Oil of Grace for Victory Over Racism; On the Hammock: With the Sword of the Spirit for Victory Over Racism; My Rays of Victory Bible Study Diary; 150 Sign Posts to Victory Over Racism (Volumes 1, 2 3).

The above mentioned eleven out of sixteen titles are the first of the “RAYS OF VICTORY” book series to be published by Marble Tower Publishing, LLC, which discusses a Bible-based approach for every person who wishes to deal victoriously with the daily assaults of racism.

The author, Dr. Jacyee Aniagolu-Johnson addresses some critical issues. What causes an individual or society to develop either inferiority or superiority complex? What makes one individual or a group to assert superiority over another and the other to accept inferiority? Does merely professing Christian beliefs rid one of racial prejudice and the motivation to discriminate against others who may be racially or ethnically distinct? If this were the case, should the most Bible-preaching belts of the world be free of racist practices? Is it just self-professed Christianity or actually living true Christianity that cleanses our and minds of the seeds of racial prejudice and discrimination? The bible says in Hosea 4:6 “¦my people are destroyed from lack of knowledge”¦”

Dr. Jacyee Aniagolu-Johnson, an emerging award-winning writer and author of the book series, points out that “racism is like a virus that eats deep into our soul to destroy our humanity. It plugs our humanity with untruth and deadens our conscience to God. Racism ravages our soul and stifles the power of God from being fully expressed in and through our own lives to positively touch the lives of others. Racism is beneath any human being, black, white, Asian or any other race. Racism belittles all men and women. It is a devourer of our souls that comes only to steal, kill, and to destroy us, and stifles the manifestation of God’s power in our lives. When we allow our experiences with racism to negatively affect our mind and thoughts, it attempts to “˜deface’ our mentality, and then it masks God’s true image of us in our mind and perception of ourselves. The negative effect of racism can also be observed in the mindset, outlook, attitude and behavior of its “˜wounded souls’.”

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