Sunday, October 22Exploring The Black Presence In The Bible

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Re: Are There Any Black People Mentioned In The Bible?

Re: Are There Any Black People Mentioned In The Bible?

The Awakening
Are there any black people mentioned in the Bible? The answer is yes. However, the Christian site "Got Questions?" got this answer completely wrong (click here to read their original response to this question). Their entire response is uninformed and continues the cycle of denying what scripture actually says. I'm going to quote and highlight everything they got wrong, and then I'll explain why it's wrong. It is both intellectually dishonest and scripturally inaccurate to claim that Ham is the father of the black nations, and then attempt to explain away every descendant of Ham as anything other than black. It doesn't work both ways. With that said, this rebuttal isn't about bashing or condemnation, but about correction and education. Suggested Reading Ham: The Origin...
Earth’s Final Great Awakening

Earth’s Final Great Awakening

Announcements
Almost everything we know from scripture comes from a European perspective, but it wasn't always like that. There was a time when everyone knew the truth about who the Hebrews were and what they looked like. Before the false images of a European Christ invaded society, the world was much darker... ethnically. I've put together the following excerpts for you, so you can get a good idea of what I mean. Chapter 1: The Location of Eden It only makes sense to start at the very beginning. The Cradle of Civilization is believed to be where mankind got its start. All of my life, I’ve heard two different arguments for where this actually occurred: Africa Mesopotamia There’s no way that both arguments could be right… or could they? In Western society, we tend to think of T
Ham: The Origin of Black Africans and Black Arabs In The Bible

Ham: The Origin of Black Africans and Black Arabs In The Bible

The Hamites
Noah had three sons: Shem, Ham (Cham), and Japheth, but it is Ham and his lineage that settled Africa and various parts of Arabia. Although that is the case, there is lots of evidence that Ham was not the only black son, but may have had black skin in common with Shem. According to scripture, the brothers were born when Noah was 500 years old. "And Noah was five hundred years old: and Noah begat Shem, Ham, and Japheth." - Genesis 5:32 According to the Strong's Concordance #2526 (Cham) is defined as: a son of Noah, also his descendants, also a name for Egyptians. In ancient Hebrew culture, it was customary to list the children in the order of their birth, which means that Ham was possibly the middle son, and not the youngest. This is important because there is a common ...

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