Wednesday, May 31, 2006

My disagreement with Eric Jon Phelps about race.

I agree with some of what Eric is talking about like we shouldn't unfairly bash white people and the shoving of "diversity" done people's throats at the expense of suppressing free speech. I don't agree completely on other points. I've debated racists before. Eric is just wrong about high culture since in ancient times the Mali, Songhai, Kush, and other civilizations had high culture before Western Civilization came about. That was about high culture. Even today, Western Civilization didn't originate from Europe, but from the Middle East and Africa. Many of the inventions that Westerners have praised do have influence from the Middle East and Africa. Also, Eric talks about the Bible. I've debated people on here before. I've haven't seen a soul refute me 100% about the Bible condemning racism. The Bible is clear that the stranger is accepted among the Israeli people if he or she is a believer in God. Since the Bible is used a lot in these debates, here's a recap of verses about this issue:

-The bible forbids oppressing the neighbor wrongfully (Ezekiel 22:29).
-Joseph married an Egyptian (Genesis 46:20), and Rahab, a Canaanite married an Israelite (Rahab is in Jesus' lineage at Matthew 1:5-6). So, God never forbids interracial marriage among believers, but God forbids inter-faith marriages with unbelieving foreign women like Solomon did and other apostates. (1 Kings 11:1-2)
-Not to mention, that in Revelation, all kindred are together living in the eternal kingdom of God on Earth. (Revelation 7:9) -The Bible says that from one blood God created all men, so we all have the same origin. (Acts 17:26)
-All men equally have sinned and come short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23)
-The Bible says that all believers in Christ are one. (Galatians 3:28, Romans 1:25, Colossians 3:11)
-Every single human being is equal spiritually under Christ as set forth in the Holy Scriptures. Yes, God divided mankind after the Flood and the Tower of Bible, but all believers are connected under him and can have fellowship to worship God.
-Even the OT allows foreign believers to worship in Israel, so that the HOUSE OF THE LORD IS FOR ALL PEOPLE. (Isaiah 56:3-7) The Bible gives verses that allows foreign neighbors to fellowship with the Jewish people in integration of believers (Ezekiel 47:22, Leviticus 19:34, Acts 8:27-29, Numbers 15:15-16, Some people forgotten about that concept. All believers are equal. Equal doesn't mean identical in every fashion since men aren’t identical physically to women, but it does mean equal in salvation, equal in worth, and in the capability of intelligence to receive the Holy Spirit.
-God is no respecter of persons. (Romans 2:11, Colossians 3:25)

*The Bible is rather clear on this racial issue. It has nothing to do with people's skin color, it's a sin problem. Also, we aren't even supposed to judge a man by their appearance as the book of Samuel says. We judge righteous judgment. Also, when I say equality, I don't mean equality in the Communist fashion of equal wealth, all humans are virtually identical (no one is viritually identical), etc. I mean equality meaning that all men are equally born in sin, equally having the same worth in the eyes of God, and equally have the capability for high intelligence given great effort. History has proven that among mankind of every color. As a black man, those who have hatred for white people are just as wrong as people denying the great contributions made by black people throughout human history. I do agree with Eric about the evils done by Jesuits, Knights of Malta, etc. though.I don't agree with Eric Jon Phelps' racism. He is no friend of God. He's an enemy of God since he promotes overt white supremacy. He's a racist.

By TruthSeeker24 (Timothy)

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This is ridiculous. These beliefs concerning racial miscegnation come from a misinterpretation of the Bible. The only thing that determines what nation you belongs to is the nation of your father, Biblically speaking.

What a travesty if so-called Christians view the children born to parents of different races as any less loved and worthy before God.

Does mixing really create one nondescript herd?-

We can understand Satan does promote miscegnation for his ends, as he promotes sports, entertainment, and music for his ends. Does that make sports bad, or entertainment bad, or music bad, even if it glorifies God? God forbid.

So yes, Satan wants us all to become "one big happy family" that worships him. Does that mean that marrying a godly woman of another race and fathering a family devoted to the Most High is a sin? God forbid.



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