In the past, some people have claimed the "curse of Ham" as a biblical
justification for imposing slavery or racism on Black people, although this concept
Apr 1, 2015 ... All the apostles were black, in fact all of the characters in the bible were black .....
First unlike white people blacks come in different shades.
Feb 19, 2014 ... By whitewashing the Bible, we prevent future generations from experiencing the
beauty of the biblical text. Black people should know that they ...
These denigrating tales were believed to support the racist (and unbiblical)
notion that the Bible supported a white subjugation of black people.
The presence of Blacks in the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible is rather ... problem
with Black people nor did the Greeks and Romans consider them to be inferior.
Neither "black" nor "white" people are common in these regions. The vast
majority of the people in the Bible were "Semitic," light to dark brown in
The belief that the skin color of black people is a result of a curse on Ham and his
descendants is nowhere taught in the Bible. Furthermore, it was not Ham who ...
The Bible is pretty much silent when it comes to the color of a persons skin. God
does not look at outward appearances... This being said, however, in speaking ...
Bless yourself with Blacks in the Bible! People without this knowledge perceive
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See 'Black People' instances in the King James Version (KJV).