Re: Caucus Mountains and the Bible/Qu'ran
Posted By: Ras Heru In Response To: Re: Caucus Mountains and the Bible/Qu'ran (Ras Mahal Levi)
Date: Monday, 30 October 2006, at 12:50 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Caucus Mountains and the Bible/Qu'ran (Ras Mahal Levi)
"Adam and Eve for me are coloured not sure of what degree of blackness being light or dark but to me they are definitely of african origin(Ethiopia) no doubt on my part. The Israelites to me are not as we see today in modern day Israel where 60% of the selfclaimed israelite are in no way true hebrews. I see the bible in an Afrocentric view therefore i cannot agrue with your point of view but it has opened some sort of mystic parable for me so I give thanks for that. Its health to try to view the bible through another spectrum."
i respect your afrocentric veiw of the bible, but if the bible says that adam and eve are the first on the earth )if taken literal), and we KNOW that when they went into distant lands they "took themselves wives",, then how can they be the first? what kind of ethiopian are they? surely not original Aethiopians. Colored DOES NOT mean "black", if something is colored, that means it was artificially given a pigment....that cant mean me. yes brother, give thakhs for your view on it. Ites
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