Originally Posted by The Wyrd of Gawd;
Their mother Asenath was an Egyptian (she was daughter of a priest or may have been a priestess). All existing artwork from that era clearly show that Egyptians were Black or Brown skinned. Thus, contrary to the repeated lies from the forum's right wingers racial integration is perfectly Biblical.
What do you get when you cross-breed different strains? Hybrid vigor.
It's definitely a good sign that people are becoming more tolerant. Hopefully eventually people will stop caring what "race" someone chooses to marry.
Last edited by speedingtime; Feb 23 2012 at 05:52 PM.
As I wrote above, history clearly shows us that ancient Egyptians were Black or Brown skinned.
Moses was raised in the house of a Black man - yet he did NOT know he was from a different tribal grouping. He thought he was related by blood to the Pharoah. Since the Pharoah was Black, what could possibly have been the color of Moses's skin?
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