Food for the Power of Thinking

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Rev. Dr. Antony O. Hobbs, Ed. D.

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Food for the Power of Thinking is meant to provoke thought among readers, creating group dicussions and new perspectives. Rev. Dr. Antony O. Hobbs, Sr., Ed. D. would like to inform, motivate and educate African American pastors and laymen to the importance of knowing ancient Afican history as well as contemporary history of black achievements in America and the world through his words. The diverse writing history of blacks in the Bible, history of blacks in the secular worls, including the cycle of human development, the author believes are extremely important and, therefore, should be shared.

Rev. Dr. Antony O. Hobbs, Ed. D.

Rev. Dr Antony O. Hobbs, Sr., Ed. D. was born near Marianna in Lee County, Arkansas, where he obtained his early education. He received two bachelor of arts degrees from AM&N College (University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff) in Modern Foreign Languages, (French and Spanish) and Social Studies. He earned a Master of Science degree in School Administration (Curriculum Instruction) from Arkansas State University at Jonesboro, Arkansas: also earning thirty additional hours of post graduate work there. This led to his certification as an elementary and high school principal and Curriculum Specialist for Grades K-12. He completed additional graduate studies in Spanish at Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky: University of Arkansas at Fayetteville: Arkansas Technical College, Russellville, Arkansas: and Fenix Language Institute, Cuernavaca Chalchihuites, Mexico. His graduate studies continued in higher education (student personnel) at University of Mississippi, Oxford Mississippi, and Volunteer Administration from Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts. A doctorate degree was obtained in Educational Administration, Supervision, and School Management from the University of Sarasota, Florida. Dr. Hobbs also holds a master’s degree in one of the Theological Disciplines (Ecclesiastical Studies) from Jackson Theological Seminary in Little Rock, Arkansas. He is an ordained Elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church. He is an avid reader and scholar of ancient world history and cultures.


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