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And the sons of Noah, that went forth of the ark, were Shem, and Ham, and Japheth: and Ham is the father of Canaan.
These are the three sons of Noah: and of them was the whole earth overspread. ~ Gen 9:18-19
Is this the origin of ethnicities? Is this where all of the different races came from?
Most people say yes...
We must discuss this..
First off, Noah did not have 3 sons of 3 different races. Think about that... Research the origin of that myth...you won't find it in the Bible.
You will find out that it originated out of a need to justify slavery and racial prejudice.
Now let's take a look at a common point of agreement,
we'll call it our common denominator:
The ONLY son of Noah, in whom ALL preachers, scholars, historians and theologians that I have heard discuss this, they agree on the ethnicity of only one son of Noah... Ham. Who was undoubtedly black. Ham is called the father of the African people.
There's a conversation about the other two, Shem and Japheth. But there is agreement on Ham. Why?
Well, if you look up some of the first world maps created, like the one shown, you'll see that Africa is called "Ham". Other ancient maps like one made by the man called the father of history - Herodotus, he called Africa "Libya", who was Phut - Ham's son. Even in Psalm 105 and 106 Egypt (Africa) is called the Land of Ham. Also... Ham's own name, Khawm or Cham in Hebrew, means hot or burnt.
Ham's son Cush, which the Greeks called Ethiopia. Ethiopia in the Greek literally means burnt or scorched face [Strong's G128].
So the Biblical scholars agree that, if nothing else, that Ham was black - as in what is called African today...right? Right, now lets move on...
So, if Ham was black, that should obviously mean Ham's brothers (Shem, and yes.. Japheth too) had to have also been black, African looking men. They were brothers! Born from the same parents. If one brother was "African", the other brothers had to have been "African".
According to the proper context of Scripture, it makes no sense to insist that they were different races. Have you ever heard of a couple, both of the same ethnicity, having children of - not one or two, but THREE different ethnicities? As in they say that Ham was black, Shem was middle eastern, and Japheth was white. That makes no sense at all. Three brothers of three different races, all having the same parents? Nah, I can't see it. God wrote His Word to intelligent people.
And I haven't seen anywhere in history OR scriptures where any family, like I said, had parents of the same ethnicity but is DOCUMENTED to have children of different ethnicities. If you find it, let me know.
Now, of course I’m not implying what God can not do. He is all powerful! God can do anything He pleases.
What I am stating equivocally is it is not written anywhere in Scripture or history.
When researching history, you must find out what is written and documented... and stay right there.
Anything else is opinion.
If you don’t stick with what is written, you enter into error - concerning knowing and understanding correct history.
• Albino is NOT an ethnicity. According to Webster, it is simply a skin condition. If a Black person has this condition and has children, their children will still be Black. The children may or may not have the albino skin condition, but it does not change anyone's ethnicity. The children will not be White. Even today, an albino's children will be of the same ethnicity of the parent.
The theory that albinos are the "link" between black and white people just don't hold water.
So, simply put...if Ham, Shem and Japheth were Black, that in itself tells us that their parents Noah and his wife were Black so called Africans. And also all of their son's children were Black so called Africans too. And the Bible says concerning Noah's sons that, "..of them was the whole earth overspread." ~ Gen 9:19
** People don't like this part, but even Abraham, who was a descendant of Shem - the Black so called African, had to be an African also. No time to get in to details but God never created another ethnicity with Abraham in Gen 12:1-2.
In the Bible Hebrews were NOT A RACE, but DESCENDANTS of Abraham (the so called “African”) and therefore Hebrew denoted a FAMILY. Not an ethnicity.
Biblical Hebrews were actually "so called Africans with a covenant". The covenant was spiritual, not natural. I'm sure somebody will try to challenge this... I have quite a few other articles teaching this and making it plain.
But everybody was Black - so called Africans. It's just that simple
I know...this blows the whole "Japheth was white" theory out the window. He was not white. Many of his descendants are white today...but Japheth himself was not white. We'll discuss that later.
This sounds so elementary and simple....but so many of us either can't see past what we've been taught, because of pride we're in a state of denial, or we're so afraid of "sounding racist" that we won't even deal with what is true. If it's not true, it is false.
People are out there starving for truth...
And unity, at the expense of Truth, is compromise.
I must add, if any black or non-black people are offended by this information but can't refute any of the facts... then you, my dear friend, have the problem.
No apologies for the truth. Time is ticking... Don't be deceived - Black people, specifically of the diaspora, have a very unique situation that has never been seen before in all of history. That's another conversation..
Read our article Slavery Did A Job On Us!
And more than ever before, we need the correct context of what God is saying...and WHO He is talking about.
Very important stuff.
No black superiority here.......just getting the facts right.
It is what it is.
To serve effectively, we must be free indeed.
Truth is sacred. Truth is liberating. Truth is freedom! ~ John 8:31-32
Grace and peace to all.
Concerning the Bible, incorrect history will produce incorrect theology
By Minister Rodney Jones, specializing in Biblical History
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