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Sierra Price wrote:

Hi, guys —

I met someone who studies the Supreme Mathematics. Since I am a Catholic, I'm not at all interested in learning about it. Knowing my religion ( a faith I believe in), I don't feel comfortable trying to learn about it.

  • Being that I am a Catholic, is it really a bad idea to learn about the Supreme Mathematics?


  { Being that I am a Catholic, is it really a bad idea to learn about the Supreme Mathematics? }

Eric replied:

Hi, Sierra —

Yes, I don't think it is advisable to dabble in something like this, given your desire to remain faithful to the Catholic faith.


Mike replied:

Hi, Sierra —

According to Wikipedia, Supreme Mathematics is taught by the Five-Percent Nation, sometimes referred to as the Nation of Gods and Earths (NGE/NOGE) or the Five Percenters.

It is a Black nationalist movement influenced by Islam which was founded in 1964 in the Harlem section of the borough of Manhattan, New York City, by Allah the Father, who was previously known as Clarence 13X and, before that, Clarence Edward Smith.

Since the theology of Islam is totally contrary to the theology of Christianity, I would strongly advise you to stay away from it. As a refresher:

  1. Christian theology is based on a Loving, Merciful Father/Son Relationship with mankind.
  2. Islamic theology is based on a Master/Slave theology.

Hope this helps,


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