Christianity

In 1523 A.D. , it was Believed that Black and Red Jews in Africa were Poised To Reclaim Jerusalem

In 1523 A.D. , it was Believed that Black and Red Jews in Africa were Poised To Reclaim Jerusalem

Source: Hybrid Hate, Conflations of Antisemitism & Anti-Black Racism from the Renaissance to the Third Reich (Oxford University Press) 2020 A.D. From the source, " Blacks and Jews in the Western Imaginaire Attempts to account for human difference almost always positioned blacks and Jews outside the normative human frame, as we have seen in the case of Bruno, Vanini, La Peyrère, Kames, Voltaire, and many others, and this fact forms part of the etiology of the sickness of anti-black racism and Jew hatred. As far as blacks were concerned, color itself, the most obvious of human differences, played a major…
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Moor was Often Used to Describe Someone of African Descent who was Black who was Believed to have Come From Ethiopia or Mauritania

Moor was Often Used to Describe Someone of African Descent who was Black who was Believed to have Come From Ethiopia or Mauritania

Source: The sultana and her sisters: black women in the British Isles before 1530 (Women's History Review) 2006 A.D. From the source, "Black women exerted a cultural presence through their recognition inMiddle English and late medieval Scottish vernaculars. Although OldEnglish offers us little more than the word blacche (with its variant regionalspellings) for a black person [15], by the thirteenth century, Middle Englishhad acquired two key terms with which to signal non-white skin colour;More and Saracen. Each has variant regional spellings and neither isgender-specific, as both were applied equally to men and women. A third andrarer word was Sowdonesse (in…
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Enslaved Peoples were Practicing Judeo-Christian Beliefs

Enslaved Peoples were Practicing Judeo-Christian Beliefs

Source: Encyclopedia of African American Religions (Taylor & Francis) 2013 A.D. Note: Page 200 of the source. This source confirms yet again that enslaved peoples were practicing Judeo-Christian beliefs in West Africa which allowed them to transition relatively easily into evangelical Christianity. From worshipping the Supreme Being to believing in the Afterlife to to be a place in evil suffers and good triumphs are rooted in the biblical understanding of Heaven and Hell. Believing that kinship line will continue into Heaven (Revelation 7:1-9 points to one's salvation and ethnicity being eternal) can be argued that it is seen in the…
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Africans were Practicing Judeo-Christian Beliefs Before Being Enslaved

Africans were Practicing Judeo-Christian Beliefs Before Being Enslaved

Source: Black song: the forge and the flame; the story of how the Afro-American spiritual was hammered out (New York, Macmillan) 1972 A.D. Note: Page 30 of the source. Note: Page 31 of the source. Note: Page 31 of the source. Note: Page 32 of the source. This source confirms that different African peoples like the Mandingos have been practicing Judeo-Christian beliefs such as monotheism and the belief in the "son of the High God" long before converting to evangelical Christianity on mass.
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Religious Heritage of Enslaved Peoples

Religious Heritage of Enslaved Peoples

Source: Black Fire One Hundred Years of African American Pentecostalism (InterVarsity Press) 2011 A.D. Note: Page 32 of the source. Note: Page 32 of the source. Note: Page 32 of the source. This source confirms much of what we have noted about that Supreme Being of West Africa having many of the characteristics attributed to Yahweh of the Old Testament. This source confirms that enslaved peoples were practicing Judeo-Christian values before mass conversion to formal Christianity.
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Enslaved Peoples Practiced Near East Customs

Enslaved Peoples Practiced Near East Customs

Source: Slavery, Civil War, and Salvation: African American Slaves and Christianity, 1830-1870 (LSU Press) 2010 A.D. Note: Page ix of the source. Note: Page ix of the source. Note: Page x of the source. Note: Page x of the source. Note: Page x of the source. Note: Page xi of the source. Note: Page xi of the source. Note: Page 1 of the source. Note: Page 1 of the source. Note: Page 1 to 2 of the source. Note: Page 2 of the source. Note: Page 1 through 2 of the source. Note: Page 2 of the source. Note: Page 2…
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In 1670 A.D. , It Was Noted That The Worship of One God And Mosaic Laws Were In Negroland Before Christianity or Islam Arrived

In 1670 A.D. , It Was Noted That The Worship of One God And Mosaic Laws Were In Negroland Before Christianity or Islam Arrived

Source: Africa being an accurate description of the regions of Ægypt, Barbary, Lybia, and Billedulgerid, the land of Negroes, Guinee, Æthiopia and the Abyssines : with all the adjacent islands, either in the Mediterranean, Atlantick, Southern or Oriental Sea, belonging thereunto : with the several denominations fo their coasts, harbors, creeks, rivers, lakes, cities, towns, castles, and villages, their customs, modes and manners, languages, religions and inexhaustible treasure : with their governments and policy, variety of trade and barter : and also of their wonderful plants, beasts, birds and serpents : collected and translated from most authentick authors and augmented…
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The History of Black Jews Goes Back 2600 Years

The History of Black Jews Goes Back 2600 Years

Source: New world A-Comingʼ: Inside Black America (Ottley, Roi) 1943 A.D. pg. 138 - 140 "As to be expected, the history of the Black Jews goes back a long way. The legend - according to Jewish authorities - is that about twenty-six hundred years ago a band of Jews, fleeing from Palestine, which was then under oppressive rule of the Babylonians, sought refuge in Egypt and along the cataracts of the Nile." "when Christianity was adopted by Ethiopia in 333 A.D., the lot of the Black Jews changed radically. Thousands of them were ruthlessly slaughtered and many compelled to embrace…
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Judaism and Christianity Present In West Africa Before The Transatlantic Slave Trade

Judaism and Christianity Present In West Africa Before The Transatlantic Slave Trade

Source: Blacks Jews : The Religious Challenge or Politics Versus Religion (Cambridge University) - Page 233 "J. Leighton Wilson was a missionary for eighteen years in Africa. In his work Western Africa: its history, condition and prospects (London 1856), he states that in Senegambia, religion was a mixture of paganism, Judaism and Islam and that it is difficult to define the areas of influence of each of the three religions. In northern Guinea paganism and Judaism were closely intertwined and in the south there were more traces of Christianity. He based his conclusions on the existence of some customs which…
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Jews Inhabited Both Sides of The Niger River

Jews Inhabited Both Sides of The Niger River

Source: Africa being an accurate description of the regions of Ægypt, Barbary, Lybia, and Billedulgerid, the land of Negroes, Guinee, Æthiopia and the Abyssines - John Ogilby 1600-1676 (University of Michigan) - Page 34 "Many Jews also are scatter'd over this Region; * some Natives, boasting themselves of Abrahams seed, inhabiting both sides the River Niger (Niger River): Others are Asian Strangers, who fled thither either from the desolation of Jerusalem by Vespa∣sian; or from Judea wasted and depopulated by the Romans, Persians, Saracens, and Christians: Or else such as came out of Europe, whence they were banish'd, viz. Out…
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