Who is the founder of Traditional African Religion?
Traditional African religion is known as Paganism which is a collective name for all 'nature religions'. There is no sole founder of this religion. ...
Asked in Drums
What religion do you have to be to play African drums?
All drums dont require religion. Just because you specialize in African drums doesnt mean you have to be associated with any african religion or any religion at all. Percussionists generally have knowledge on every instrument. ...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Stacy C Boyd written?
Stacy C. Boyd has written: 'Black men worshipping' -- subject(s): African Americans in literature, Religion in literature, Religion in motion pictures, RELIGION / Christian Theology / General, Religion, RELIGION / Christian Life / Men's Issues, RELIGION / Sexuality & Gender Studies, African American men, African Americans in motion pictures ...
Asked in Religion & Spirituality
When was the traditional African religion founded?
There is no "traditional African religion". The tribes each had their own myths and practices that changed over time as tribes encountered eachother. ...
Influence of African religion on others?
This influences of African religion can be seen in gospel music, certain shamanistic practices in some churches, and liberation theology. Rastafari mixes Ethiopian elements with Judeo-Christian religion. ...
Asked in Mali, Mali Empire
What was the religion of the Mali Empire during the 13th and 14th centuries?
It was a fusion of Islam and traditional African religion - religion that involved magic, animism, etc. Even when Islam dominated, aspects of tribal African religion remained with legends of genies and accounts of magic. ...