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1889 A.D. Extensive Commentary On Eldad the Danite’s Account

1889 A.D. Extensive Commentary On Eldad the Danite’s Account

Source: The Jewish Quarterly Review Volume 1 (Macmillan) 1889 A.D. Note: Page 20 of the source. Note: Page 21 of the source. Note: Page 99 of the source. Note: Page 100 of the source. Note: Page 100 of the source. Note: Page 101 of the source. Note: Page 101 of the source. Note: Page 104 of the source. Note: Page 106 of the source. Note: Page 107 of the source. Note: Page 189 of the source. Note: Page 194 of the source. Note: Page 411 of the source. Note: Page 411 of the source. Note: Page 412 of the source.…
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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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In 1883 A.D. , Black Syrians are Known as the Semitic Arameans

In 1883 A.D. , Black Syrians are Known as the Semitic Arameans

Source: Herodotus I.-III. (MacMillian) 1883 A.D. Note: Page 5 of the source. The author provides their own commentary and disagrees with the notion of "black Syrians" being Semitic, but I prefer to lean upon the ancient commentary coming from Strabo. This source confirms that the black Syrians were the Semitic Arameans. This is important because Abraham was an Aramean.
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