by Rev. Dr. Robinson A. Milwood, PhD



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/23/2007

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 304
ISBN : 9781425994396
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 1
ISBN : 9781456790677

About the Book

Accomplishments are tabulations of a journey in life. Life's journey can be unpredictable. Some areas are pleasant and memorable. Some are vicissitudes karmically designed to serve the formations of one's character, development and contributions to society and one's profession. It is philosophically significant to immortalise positive things. When this is done, the persons who have been the foundation stones of one's life should be inscribed on the memory and appreciated legacy of the individual's personality.

About the Author

Dr. Robinson A. Milwood is a Methodist minister in Stoke Newington, London.  Dr. Milwood’s specialised academic subjects are Biblical Hermeneutics and Liberation Theology.  He is an academic supervisor for MA and PhD students in Theology with various institutions.  Dr. Milwood is engaged in further research in the Transatlantic Slave Trade, its psychological and spiritual impact on Africa and African descendants globally, with the absence of collective consciousness and the legacy of dysfunctionalism.


Dr. Milwood was for some time a senior part-time lecturer in Biblical and Religious Studies for Birkbeck CollegeUniversity of London.  He believes passionately that the context of black people sociologically, politically, economically and theologically is a direct result of the slave trade.  Economic and technological reparation must come from European governments, Britain and the USA.  Juxtaposed to political governments, the major Christian denominations must make appropriate reparations because the churches are morally accountable for their active involvement in the slave trade, especially in using European and British vacuous cultural – semantical cultural Christianity in the process of the dehumanisation and animalisation of Africans and the blatant brainwashing of the plantation slaves with the support and enforcement of fear, whipping and brutality.