Discuss Using Reuben Onyishis Clash of Divinitydocx
Finally, on the second look at the tussle for Divinity one discovers that man does not only seek to avenge Divinity but to protect his ancient cultural practice. The priest of Ani said it all when he said let the kite perch and let the eagle perch whoever saying the other should not perch let its wing break.
Published: July 11, 2017
Uploaded by: Elizabeth Iheanyi
The African traditional society is one that is surrounded sacred structures, many of these structures are channeled towards the worship of their Deity. The deity is a powerful entity which the African man pays allegiance. This deity serves as their god who overseas and superintend over the people. The question as to whether humanity should avenge divinity obviously a rhetorical question because the answer is evidently implied.