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Black People in the Bible
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About the Book


s the Bible, the world’s best-known book, really a chronicle of generations of people, most of whom were people of color? This is the question raised by Randolph Jackson in this book, Black People in the Bible. Extensive research by the author has yielded some unconventional answers to this question.

Could the ranks of people of color include Abraham and Moses? What about David and Solomon? What kinds of people did the ancient Hebrews intermix with in Egypt or in the Holy Land?

Who Was Jesus?

Was Jesus a Black man? What about his disciples?

Here is a chance for readers to see the Bible through a new perspective. Let the author present his case to you.

 Black People in the Bible, 2nd Edition

Black People in the Bible
2nd Edition

Praise for the Book

"Judge Randolph Jackson, Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, has written an engaging study of people of color in the Bible—who are far more numerous than traditional Biblical scholarship has been prepared to admit. All who read this study will find new and persuasive reasons for seeing the scriptures in a fresh inspiring light."

—Gardner Taylor, D.D., Pastor Emeritus
The Concord Baptist Church of Christ
Brooklyn, New York

"I found Black People in the Bible to be clear, concise and obviously culled from reputable sources. Some aspects of the book did what so few other documents seem to address...the application of common sense. It is unfortunate that a book had to be prepared to show that the original humans, Africans, can be found throughout the Bible. I thank Randolph Jackson for making the obvious even more apparent and user friendly."

—Dr. Lindamichelle Baron
Dr. Lindamichelle Baron is an assistant professor of education at York College, CUNY, in New York City, a poet, keynote speaker, publisher and author.

From the Book

"There are MILLIONS of Black people in the Bible!"
—Chapter 16

"The Ten Commandments were received in Africa."
—Chapter 14

"A Black man wrote the Hebrew Torah."
—Chapter 12

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