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The Black Man in the Old Testament and Its World: A Study of the Facts That Are Revealed in the Authorized

Dunston, Bishop Alfred G. Jr.

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ISBN 10: 0865433046 / ISBN 13: 9780865433045
Published by Trenton, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Africa World Pr, 1992
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Hardback- dj has some problems with slight wear to extremities and slight white showing on lower left and on corners. In additon small tear on left extremities with very small crease and tear on lower left( about 1 inch0- previous owner's name in red ink on front page- Books itself is in vg condition--Great find!. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-8833590608

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Title: The Black Man in the Old Testament and Its ...

Publisher: Trenton, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Africa World Pr

Publication Date: 1992

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Fair

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An attempt to portray the Black man as he was viewed during the Old Testament times.

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Since the opening years of the sixteenth century, Christian biblical scholarship has been the ally of racism, sometimes delibertely and sometimes unconsciously. The alliance has run the gamut from avid support of the black inferiority myth to a mere indifference to the situation; and at both extremes, the racial myths have found growing room. In all likelihood there are millions fo Christians today who still believe that the curse of Noah feel upon the black man. This fallacy was once taught by leading scholars and writers fo their day, and the successors of those scholars and writers have done very little to erase the fallacy. Secular writers have done more to correct these myths than biblical ones; and this is possibly one of the reasons that many young black Americans call the Holy Scripture 'the white man's bible.'

"This book attempts to do something that should have been done at least four hundred years ago. it attempts to portray the black man as he was viewed during the Old Testament times." --from the Preface

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