I AM the Origin of the Species

Jesus Letters to Darwin, America, Pastors, the Occult, and Africa

Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy
192 Pages
Reviewed on 12/01/2015
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Reviewed by Chris Fischer for Readers' Favorite

In an interesting and thought provoking read by author Maurice Suwa, I AM the Origin of the Species: Jesus Letters to Darwin, America, Pastors, the Occult, and Africa outlines the author's very fervent belief in the revelations of God. Written in the style as if Jesus is writing letters of Revelation, these edicts provide information on Suwa's very strongly held beliefs on today's hot topics. Nothing goes unmentioned, from sexuality, evolution, atheism, America's secularism, the stewardship of pastors, traditional religions of Africa to the occult. Readers will be provided with the basis for Suwa's beliefs in biblical truths and will be left thinking long after they close the book.

I AM the Origin of the Species: Jesus Letters to Darwin, America, Pastors, the Occult, and Africa is written in an 'easy to engage in' format, one that will keep reader attention. With an obviously strong focus on traditional Christian teachings, and the unique perspective of an author and pastor from Africa, a viewpoint that many from the Western world may not have heard before, this book is very well worth the read. I think it would most appeal to those interested in a creative way of professing Christ's message, and a strong belief in literal interpretations of the Bible. I would certainly be interested in reading more from author Maurice Suwa, and find that his unique voice and promising writing style bring a lot to the table in this genre.