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Month: January 2017

Bathsheba: King Solomon’s African Mother

Bathsheba: King Solomon’s African Mother

The Hamites
Was Solomon's mother a descendant of Ham? This might be hard for many to accept, but the evidence points to the very fact that Bathsheba was not a Hebrew. If you've already read my previous article, Uriah: Bathsheba's African Husband and David's Mighty Man, then you know that Bathsheba was originally married to a black man from the line of Ham. Tracing Bathsheba's Lineage Although we are not told directly that Bathsheba is a Hamite, we can actually trace her heritage through her grandfather Ahithophel (David's African counselor). In 2 Samuel 11:3 we are told that Bathsheba's father is Eliam, but it isn't until 2 Samuel 23 that we find out that Bathsheba's grandfather is a Gilonite. "Eliphelet the son of Ahasbai, the son of the Maachathite, Eliam the son of Ahithophel t...
Uriah: Bathsheba’s African Husband and David’s Mighty Man

Uriah: Bathsheba’s African Husband and David’s Mighty Man

The Hamites
David suffered a shattered kingdom, two dead sons, and his wives were raped in front of everyone... all because of the death of one African man... Uriah. We've all heard the story of David stealing Bathsheba from Uriah, but how big of a role did Uriah's betrayal and death play in the life of David? In most Bible studies, Uriah is sort of a side note, and that's only because of what David did to him: David got Bathsheba (Uriah's wife) pregnant. David then set up Uriah to be killed in battle. If that was the extent of the story, there wouldn't be much to tell, but Uriah's death is only the beginning of David's problems with God, Israel, and his son Absalom. Uriah The Hittite To understand the genealogy of Uriah, we must start at the beginning with Noah's son Ham....
Paul: The Black Apostle To The Gentiles

Paul: The Black Apostle To The Gentiles

The Shemites
The Bible tells us that Paul was mistaken for an Egyptian descendant of Ham. So why is it that we never see Paul depicted as anything other than a white man? When people say that the Bible doesn't mention race, it means they either haven't looked closely enough (me once), or they don't want to have their eyes opened to the truth. The Ethnicity of Paul Paul was a free born Hebrew that had Roman citizenship. This is important because not every Hebrew in Rome had citizenship status. Many were slaves and second class non citizens. After being arrested, it is during a conversation with the chief captain that we learn quite a bit about Paul: "And as Paul was to be led into the castle, he said unto the chief captain, May I speak unto thee? Who said, Canst thou speak Greek?" -...
Moses: The Black Hebrew Raised As An Egyptian Prince

Moses: The Black Hebrew Raised As An Egyptian Prince

The Shemites
Moses was born in Africa, raised by Africans, trained in African wisdom, and was mistaken for a descendant of Ham... and yet he's still depicted as white in the vast majority of pictures that we see. Unfortunately, this lie has prevailed for centuries. But it's not the fault of the Bible. It's the fault of those of us that choose not to read the Bible close enough to see that we've been lied to. The Lies We've Been Told Hebrews are white. The Bible is the white man's religion. Egyptians weren't black. 70 Europeans went into Africa and 1,000,000 Europeans came out. British and Americans are true Israel. These are blatant lies that have been pushed by Gentiles that have been deceived by the false teachings of British-Israelism. These lies are still pushed i...

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