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As a child, Haven enjoyed learning everything they could about many subjects, though the best resource was her grandma’s old stack of encyclopedias in those days. Today, Haven still likes to know a bit about everything. When they're not researching information for their posts or flexing that history degree, Haven's going through the quizzes of other authors on the site - because this is where the facts are found! Visitors to our site turn to Haven's fun and factual articles to learn about all kinds of things, from do-it-yourself ideas to the wider world. Those who prefer to get their facts in article format can find Haven all across the web, as well.
Many people today imagine Jesus, Moses, and Noah as Caucasians, but this isn’t exactly the case. I mean, the “cradle of civilization” is known to be a good deal into Africa. So how does that not mean that many of our ancestors and men/women of the Bible are not African?
Let’s start with Noah, who most definitely was not a Jew or Israelite. He was a direct descendant of Adam, who also was not what most of the world would call “white” today. It is believed they looked like people from the Mediterranean long ago. As for his wife, word is that she was African, looking much like an Ethiopian would of today. Which means, their children, Shem, Ham, and Japheth, would be even darker than their father. But one who was most definitely even more similar to an Ethiopian woman would be Zipporah, who was Moses’ wife.
Then, Moses, we all know lived in Egypt, and even today, a dry land that requires tough darker skin. And it wasn’t just his wife that was majorly Black, but other women such as Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, and Bathsheba. But I think we’re missing one very important person depicted solely as white…Jesus. While it isn’t believed he was “black” exactly, he did indeed have much darker skin than expected.
The thing is, none of this matters. Those who follow him care not for the color of his skin, no matter how eye-opening it may be. God is God and Christ is Christ, even Rahab, is just Rahab. We know them for their works and their name, not the color of the skin.
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