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Re: DID AFRICANS WRITE THE BIBLE?
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Whether they were called Africans at the time is probably a better question. In reading the dead sea Scrolls and the uncanonized books found during the same expedition as the acceptable Bible as we know it. I found that the writers of the books originally wrote the oldest book: The book of Enoch and the Books of Macabee from which our Genesis Deuteronomy and book of Exodus are taken. I am settled in the belief that the world and all of it's races were sprung from one race. Noah, according to the book of Noah in the uncanonized books of Enoch, was the GGrandson of Enoch, who our Bible tells us was so pleasing to God that he walked and talked with God and was no more because God took him. Enoch tells the story of the diversity of mankind in respect to where the races came from.
According to the book of Noah(included among the books uncanonized) Noah was the first White Man. He had three sons, One white, one black, and another that was red. It does not say which was which. It does say that God sought to do a new thing in the earth and that Noah was the beginning of that change that God would bring upon the earth. We know from our Bible that Noah was a bit of a lonner. The book of Enoch propeshied about Noah and his sons. About the 12 disciples, David and many of the other prophets. These books were excluded from our present day Bible because of the fact that the leaders of the Church at the time deemed them too fairy tale like.
The books were first translated from an Ethiopian tongue- which was African and black people. I am of the belief that the people of the begining of the Bible were black period until God changed it starting with Noah. You should read the books they are very interesting. "The books of Enoch" By R. H. Charles
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