Black People : Why do black christians

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  1. candeesweet

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    Get upset when you tell them the bible new and old is "OUR" history written in remembrance of our "GRAND" civilizations story makers and knowledge protectors and holders?
    Someone plz explain from your point of view, where we fit into the book as a nation with a lost heritage.?
    Or any comment is needed, for my openminded points, I want to understand for myself.
     
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    Or is this gonna ultimently leave us SPEECHLESS?
     
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    For lack of keeping it REAL.
     
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    It's like watching Top Chef and seeing no blks but knowing some tryed out and we r out there. How does this happen?
     
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    I doubt that. It's still early in the day. The question as posed is a little confusing.

    But I don't identify as a black christian and didn't know they take offense in the manner you state.
     
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    Ununderstandable because it leaves me speechless in a balnced manner. When I speak of "nothing" being "everything attainable" my words fall together.
    Just look past it . I guess.
     
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    The statement I'm saying is basically "The Bible Stries of our people" are made into something else totally.
    But I guess u have to love it for what it was taught to be or Else the blood will not cleanse you.
     
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    What do you mean, "our" history? Some Christians very well agree it's blacks in the bible that are spoken of, while, of course, some believe otherwise.

    However, do you mean it's "our" history as in that's who is spoken of in the Holy Scriptures or that the Holy Book is plagiarized as some have afore stated?

    If it's the latter, I know I get upset because it is not wise to call the Word of the Father "plagiarized"; He is the Beginning and the Ending and His Word came before all, so those who wrote the Holy Doctrine plagiarized none; they were wise and Holy, called of the Most High. The words they wrote were of the Father, directly, and His Spirit.
     
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    Interpreted through the ages legitamently? The Fathers word.
    Or the story staying the same and only?
     
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    Oh ok they where words of the father. OK
    So those interpretations are still adequate?
     
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