Neterian Worship (African Religion)
The Neterian Worship (African Religion) comes under the registration wing of The Centre for African Aesthetics.
If Africa has produced any social philosophy or theology at all, those philosophies and ideologies have their fundamental base in African Religion. African Religion is the cultural backbone of the African thought: a people broadly known as the Black Race. African thought is the cultural bank of the people, which should extend its blanket to cover all Africans soul wherever they may be. To serve Africans is to serve the human race.
The Human Race is a family of races. A race is a family of nations. A nation is a family of communities. A community is a family of villagers. Villagers are a community of neighbours. Neighbours are communities of individual families. And a family is a composition of people with an immediate common birth. African Religion, consequently, is Religion of the Human Race.
Failure to address the African religiously is a terrible omission to the wholeness and dynamism of the world. Desperate responsibility of giving African Religion a solid secretariat and platform is therefore a contribution to religions of the world.
The business of Neterian Worship is not a creation of a new God, but worshipping the one and only God of all creation.
Point of reference
The Neretian Worship has KA: HOLY BOOK OF NETER (equivalence of the Bible or the Koran) sets its people free from the burden of traditional oral deliberations and gives that Holy Text a practical and modern administrative structure to help its people address their religious interests.
The funds of running The Neterian Worship are generated from donations from well-wishers, institutions and philanthropists.