I agree with you that Selassie is not a part of the Divine Trinity, I just think that saying what Selassie is not, without seeing any spiritual significance in HIM, is bypassing many scriptural principals.
One of these principals is the function of the annointed Kings who descended from King David.
It's simple to say Selassie ain't God period. It's a bit more challenging to want to try to find out just what he is, when he's not God. This is what I am trying to do.
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