Was Simeon called Niger in the Bible a black man?
Most probably! If you look up the meaning of the word Niger in the dictionary of the Greek testament, it means black! Simeon comes from the root Hebrew word 'Shimon/Simon' which mean 'to hear' or 'listen' which was actually the name of the man that the Romans called Niger.
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Moses . Exod.33 [ 11 ] And the LORD spake unto Moses face to face, as a man speaketh unto his friend . And he turned again into the camp: but his servant Joshua, the son of Nun, a young man, departed not out of the tabernacle. ===
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The Bible as we know it does not say! All it alludes to is that he was either a Christian prophet or teacher.
Niger is a western, landlocked, African country. It borders Nigeriaand Benin to the south, Burkina Faso and Mali to the west, Algeriaand Libya to the north and Chad to the east.
Acts 21:38 . 38Art not thou that Egyptian, which before these days made an uproar, and led out into the wilderness four thousand men that were murderers?. Paul being called an Egyptian because his physical characteristics resembled the African Egyptians who by all proofs known to modern man was …of the Black race. We must refer to the Holy Bible to see if the latter is so. First let's refer to the Babylonian Talmud translated, by Rabbi Dr. I Epstein. " For when the AFRICANS came to plead the Jews before Alexander of Macedonia, they said ' CANAAN belongs to us, as it is written, the land of Canaan was the ancestors of these people (ourselves)."- Sanhedrin, Vol.II, pp. 608-609. The latter is of great importance because according to the Holy Bible the Canaanites who were black could not be distinguished from the Hebrews themselves. " So Joseph went up to bury his father; and with him went up ALL the servants of PHAROAH, the elders of his house, and ALL the elders of he land of EGYPT......And when the inhabitants of the land, THE CANAANITES, saw the mourning at the threshing floor of Atad, THEY said " This is a deep mourning of the EGYPTIANS"- GENESIS, 50:7-11. Clearly here the Caananites could not tell the difference between the AFRICAN EGYPTIANS and the HEBREWS. Further scrutiny of the Holy Scripture one will see that there was a man named CUSH a Benjamite. Now Cush was an original name for Ethiopia. Ethiopia is a two compound Greek word. The first Greek word is " Ethios " meaning burnt " the second " OPS" meaning faces put it together you will have "burnt faces". The latter name was given to the original inhabitants of that land. Thus "Ethiopia" means: Land of the burnt faces. Please refer to PSALMS 7, ( A meditation of David, which he sang to the LORD concerning the words of CUSH the BENJAMITE). The original name for Egypt was " KEMET" which translate " Land of the black people". Also refer to the Table of Nations located in Genesis chapter 10:6-12. Which speaks about the descendants of HAM. The four sons of HAM was Cush(Ethiopia) , Mizraim(Egypt, a.k.a Kemet), Put(Libya), Canaan(Palestine). ( Full Answer )
The Bible does not specify the color of Adam and Eve's skin. It is generally believed that the punishment from God for the incident involving The Tower of Babel began the differentiation of people's skin color.
There are several characters in the bible that were probably black; such as the Queen of Sheba, and the Ethiopian Eunuch; possibly others as well.... Answer. When Cain rebelled against God and went to join Satan, God banished him from his presence. Cain asked God what should he do for he woul…d be killed by his brethren. God put a mark upon Cain so that others would not harm him. This mark was that of a black skin. When God flooded the earth in the time of Noah, Noah took with him his three sons and their wives. Ham, one of Noahs sons was married to a descendant of Cain, she carried the curse of a black skin. Her name was Egyptus and it was their daughter who founded the land of Egypt. ( Full Answer )
He was a very old man, but the Bible does not say he was blind:- . Luk 2:25-35 KJV And, behold, there was a man in Jerusalem, whose name was Simeon; and the same man was just and devout, waiting for the consolation of Israel: and the Holy Ghost was upon him. [v. 26] And it was revealed unto him by… the Holy Ghost, that he should not see death, before he had seen the Lord's Christ. [v. 27] And he came by the Spirit into the temple: and when the parents brought in the child Jesus, to do for him after the custom of the law, [v. 28] Then took he him up in his arms, and blessed God, and said, [v. 29] Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace, according to thy word: [v. 30] For mine eyes have seen thy salvation, [v. 31] Which thou hast prepared before the face of all people; [v. 32] A light to lighten the Gentiles, and the glory of thy people Israel. [v. 33] And Joseph and his mother marvelled at those things which were spoken of him. [v. 34] And Simeon blessed them, and said unto Mary his mother, Behold, this child is set for the fall and rising again of many in Israel; and for a sign which shall be spoken against; [v. 35] (Yea, a sword shall pierce through thy own soul also,) that the thoughts of many hearts may be revealed. . ( Full Answer )
The Bible was written thousands of years ago in the Roman Empire and the middle east. There were probably black people there, but the Bible does not make much mention of them. No one in the Bible was ever recorded on going to Africa either. But this does by no means suggest that God left them out. A…ll people are able to accept God's free gift. ( Full Answer )
It's not illegal to call someone a "niger" but it is definitely impolite and very bad form. While not breaking the law itself, doing that can violate various school or corporate rules and use of this word can result in sanctions against you.
No one can say who the first black man was, because ALL the races came from Adam (Acts 17:26)(Acts 10:34-35) Ham was the father of Cush, Mizraim, Put, and Canaan from whom the Ethiopians , Egyptians, some Arabian and African tribes, came, though there's no way of knowing if Ham himself was dar…k skinned. If you want an implied answer, it would be the Ethiopian eunuch in Acts (assuming that all Ethiopians are black, but this particular man came to Israel probably for some reason. If he himself was a Jew, then he most likely came for the Passover.) Some people believe the black man came from Cain, as in Abel's brother, because of the curse of God. It cannot be because Cain's descendants died in the Flood. Noah and his family came from Seth, Cain's younger brother. The three sons of Noah (Shem, Ham, Japheth) are said to be the three main races(Genesis 5:32): Black, Caucasian, and Oriental. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- I agree with the eunuch in Acts (basil44) ( Full Answer )
Matthew:23:8-12: 8: But be not ye called Rabbi: for one is your Master, even Christ; and all ye are brethren. . 9: And call no man your father upon the earth: for one is your Father, which is in heaven.. 10: Neither be ye called masters: for one is your Master, even Christ. 11: But he th…at is greatest among you shall be your servant. 12: And whosoever shall exalt himself shall be abased; and he that shall humble himself shall be exalted. ( Full Answer )
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In the Bible there is mentioned a man named "Simeon called Niger". There is no other information about him, except that he was either a Christian prophet or teacher. (Acts 13:1)
A Moor. Africa at the time was Moor. The Moors came into Africa soon after capturing part of Spain and they crossed at Gladiator, so every black man who made his way into Europe was called at Moor. Not many did. 'Gladiator'? Do you mean 'Gibraltar'? 'Gladiator' is not a place, it's a Roman fighte…r. Surely the Moors were in Africa before capturing part of Spain? The Moor refers to a certain type of Black, with classical African facial traits as: a black complexion, frizzled hear, a flat face, a broad nose, thick and prognastic lips, and high cheeckbones. This type also symbolised pure blood. Othello The Moor is a symbol, and a person. As a symbol of nobility, he is blame less. His demerits are personal. He is the highest ranking person in the play, and the remarks we today see as racist, are really mild criticism of the nobility and kingship by the regent class, the affluent citizens who engaged in trade. Because of descriptions we know there were many Blacks in Europe, they were the first Europeans, but not all conformed to the type of the Moor, as they might have been Asian or fair skinned Africans, or mixed with whites. sill they considered themselves as Blacks. ( Full Answer )
Acts:17:26: And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation; Rom:2:11: For there is no respect of persons with God. Ex:2:21: And Moses was content to dwell with the man: and …he gave Moses Zipporah his daughter. Num:12:1: And Miriam and Aaron spake against Moses because of the Ethiopian woman whom he had married: for he had married an Ethiopian woman. God never complained about Moses' marriage with a women of another race,so why would he change now? ( Full Answer )
Atticus says that any white man who cheats a black man, no matter how rich or how high their family is, they are trash.
No, he was not. This is a durable myth, used by racists to try tojustify segregation by saying it was Biblically ordained. That isfalse. Nowhere in the story of Ham in the Book of Genesis does itmention what color he was, nor was he cursed for his color-- he wascursed for disrespecting his father. U…nder patriarchy, suchdisrespect was considered a major sin. We may assume Ham was thesame color and race (Semitic) as Noah's other sons. And again,Ham's color is never mentioned in the story, so there is noevidence he was black. This claim was added years later by peoplewith an agenda, but there is no Biblical evidence to support it. ( Full Answer )
This comes from the book "Uncle Tom's Cabin" by Harriett Beecher Stowe. In the book, Uncle Tom is a black slave and a devout Christian, who is sold to a horrible plantation owner named Simon Legree just days before he was to be set free by his previous owner (that owner died and his wife sold Tom in…stead of setting him free). His faith in God is tested, but he does not waiver his spiritual beliefs, and on his deathbed, he forgives his tormentors. During the Civil Rights movement of the 1960's, Uncle Tom was not remembered so much as a devout Christian man as he was a slave who just rolled over to please his masters. Many blacks saw his character as accepting of a position subordinate to whites, a quality not shared by those crusading during those volatile times. Hence, the term "uncle" came to mean a black man who accepts inferior treatment by whites. ( Full Answer )
I think you may mean Black Irish and I found the answer in Wikipedia: Black Irish is a traditional term that is commonly used among Irish American communities to describe a dark brown/black hair phenotype appearing in Caucasian people of Irish descent. This can be distinguished in contrast to the …(lighter) brown, blond or red hair color variant, the latter stereotypically perceived to personify the look of typical Irish folk ( Full Answer )
Why is it ok for a black man to call you cracker to your face but you're a racist when you call him a negro?
Answer: Racism is a very broad and difficult subject with which to deal. Some will find offence anywhere. Even when not intended. Negro is just a Spanish word for black though some find this an insult because of historical connotations it has. Others may not. Offence can be inadvertent or int…entional. By far it is the context in which a way a word is used. Answer: To many, it is not seen as "okay" on either side and is racist on both sides. Many racists try to prove their points with such cases by saying that since it is viewed as allowable on one side, to not create any double standard, it is allowable for both sides, but truthfully, this is only used to get away with being racist and saying racist things since it is not viewed as allowable, appropriate, or acceptable on either side. ( Full Answer )
He was described (1 Samuel 16:12) as "ruddy," making it very unlikely that he was other than white or olive-skinned.
Simon was a Greek name commonly adopted by men named Simeon. A man named Simeon who was "looking for the consolation of Israel" saw Jesus and recognized Him is one man with that name. A magician named Simon was baptized because he saw the Apostles doing miracles he couldn't do was a name with the na…me name. Simeon called Niger and Lucius of Cyrene is another man with the same name. Another Simeon captured the King of Bezek. Jacob had a son which he named him Simeon as you can see, Simeon was a well known name in the Bible. ( Full Answer )
I don't know about the bible that interesting but there is a myth about a Black god name Murduk in from babylon. I was wondering myself.... Another Answer: Marduk is the patron deity for the Babylonians. It was also referred to as Merodach which means 'the great rebel.' . Jeremiah 50:2-3 … New King James Version (NKJV) 2 " Declare among the nations, Proclaim, and set up a standard; Proclaim-do not conceal it - Say, 'Babylon is taken, Bel is shamed. Merodach [a] is broken in pieces ; Her idols are humiliated, Her images are broken in pieces.' 3 For out of the north a nation comes up against her, Which shall make her land desolate, And no one shall dwell therein. They shall move, they shall depart, Both man and beast.. The first rebel after the flood was Cush. He had many names attributed to him, with Bel, a title of the god Baal being most prominent - it means 'confounder.' These names were past on to his son, Nimrod, who is said to have been a black man. There was a saying that 'can the Ethiopian change his skin?' which was originally, 'Can the Cushite' do this? Nimrod was the 1st great and powerful warrior who founded Babel - Babylon. ( Full Answer )
Genesis 16:11, 12 - And the Angel of the Lord said to her: "Behold, you are with child, And you shall bear a son. You shall call his name Ishmael , Because the Lord has heard your affliction. He shall be a wild man ; His hand shall be against every man, And every man's hand against him. And he …shall dwell in the presence of all his brethren." [NKJV] ( Full Answer )
When Mary and Joseph brought Jesus to the temple, to be dedicated. It was Simeon the old priest and Anna a very old prophetess who were there. Simeon recognized who Jesus was.
Because it is racist you mother f****** why would you even want to anyways. It's just wrong. So if you ever get the idea of saying that to a black person which I know you will be prepared to get yo butt wooped mister son of a muffin.
Jesus Christ our personal savuor Answer: Moses. Deuteronomy 33:1 - Now this is the blessing with which Moses the man of God blessed the children of Israel before his death. [NKJV]
Mr. Elton is described in the novel as "spruce, black, and smiling." The adjective "spruce" means neatly dressed. The word black here almost certainly refers to his clothing, which would have been the black clothes of a clergyman. We have no indication of Mr. Elton's race, and the only descriptions …of him are rather vague. He is called handsome, and even pretty or beautiful; but that is all we know. In Mansfield Park we have a Mister Crawford who is no minister but is 'absolutely plain, black and plain' and his sister Mary who is brown with a lively black eye. So Mr. Crawford is Black or at least black of complexion. Both Mr. Elton and Mr. Crawford act as Moors, and are like Othello, a symbol and a person, symbolising the setting of the novels. Jane Austen believed black and brown complexioned persons superior. The Moor symbolised nobility, blue blood, and royalty. Austen's personages were light brown, brown, very brown and black, some having classical African facial traits, considered proof of pure blood: noble blood. Like she did according to het brother Henry: a peculiar beauty. So Mr. Elton is also a person, but not noble enough for Emma. Good enough for Miss Harriet Smith who is white. Emma proposes race-mixing, which upsets Mr. Knighley, and which Mr. Elton considers an insult. In Emma Jane Fairfax's complexion is discussed in detail: she is pale, but she cannot be called fair, but has enough colour for beauty; and thus tells us what Emma and Mr. Churchill looked like. Emma Watson, from the Watsons, was very brown, and Emma must have been truly black: and loveliness itself. I have two longer articles Was Jane Austen Black? in google, and a new study by the same title. Notice the portrait I see as most fitting her description as a brunette complexioned, pretty woman. Egmond Codfried. Spruce: spruce 2 (sprs). adj. sprucÂ·er , sprucÂ·est . Neat, trim, and smart in appearance: "a good-looking man; spruce and dapper, and very tidy" (Anthony Trollope). . v. spruced , sprucÂ·ing , sprucÂ·es . v. tr. . To make neat and trim: spruced up the chairs with new slipcovers. . v.intr. . To make oneself neat and smart in appearance: He was sprucing for the school dance. . ( Full Answer )
Yes. A school will not immediately expel, but disciplinary action may occur. If there are multiple offenses, there may be either a suspension, or expulsion.
12 :) Answer: . Jacob's son. . A devout Jew who lived in Jerusalem during the time of Jesus' birth and during Jesus' temple purification rites announced to his parents God's plan for the boy (Luke 2:25-34). . Ancestor of Jesus (Luke 3:30). . Prophet and teacher in church at Antioch (Acts 13…:1). Simeon was also an alternate form in Greek for Simon. There are 9 Simon's in the Bible. ( Full Answer )
when it was made and it can stand for any of these . Basic Instructions before Leaving Earth. Basic Information Before Leaving Earth. Blinded Information Based on Lack of Evidence. Basic Instructions Before Living Eternally. Believer's Instruction Before Leaving Earth. Basic Instruction Book… for Living on Earth. Biblical Instruction Before Leaving Earth. Best Investment Before Leaving Earth. ( Full Answer )
Ethiopians had trade with Solomon in the Old Testament. Philip explains Isaiah to an Ethiopian in the New Testament.
yes, typical usage is " hey would you like ameek bit of horsin or is that a little iano all for yerselv?"
Nowhere. Simon of Cyrene was compelled to carry Jesus' cross, and some people suppose him to be black.
A man sat on a 30 foot high pillar for 30 years and his name was Simeon and where is this story in the Bible?
There are three Simeon's listed in the Bible. None seem to fit what you are looking for. SIMEON (Simâ²eÂ·on) [Hearing]. 1. The second of Jacob's 12 sons; so named because, as his mother Leah said, "Jehovah has listened, in that I was hated and so he gave me also this one."-Ge 29:32, 33; …35:23-26; 48:5; Ex 1:1-4; 1Ch 2:1, 2. When his father Jacob was encamped near Shechem, Simeon, together with his next younger brother Levi, displayed a vengeful anger that was unreasonably harsh and cruel. Arbitrarily, without their father's knowledge or consent, they set about avenging the honor of their younger sister Dinah by slaughtering the Shechemites, bringing ostracism upon Jacob's whole family.-Ge 34:1-31. Simeon was later involved in wrongdoing when he and his brothers planned to kill Joseph. (Ge 37:12-28, 36) Whether Simeon, as second oldest, was or was not the ringleader in this plot on Joseph's life is not stated. Years later, when Joseph as food administrator of Egypt was testing out his brothers, Simeon was selected by Joseph to be bound and imprisoned until the other brothers brought Benjamin down to Egypt.-Ge 42:14-24, 34-36; 43:15, 23. Shortly before Jacob's death, when blessing his sons, Jacob recalled with disapproval the violence of Simeon and Levi in connection with the Shechemites many years earlier, saying: "Instruments of violence are their slaughter weapons. Into their intimate group do not come, O my soul. With their congregation do not become united, O my disposition, because in their anger they killed men, and in their arbitrariness they hamstrung bulls. Cursed be their anger, because it is cruel, and their fury, because it acts harshly. Let me parcel them out in Jacob, but let me scatter them in Israel." (Ge 49:5-7) Jacob thus removed any hope Simeon may have entertained of receiving the birthright forfeited by his older brother Reuben. Simeon had six sons, one from a Canaanite woman. As prophesied, Simeon's tribal allotment was not united with Levi's, but these two were 'scattered'; even internally, Simeon's portion was divided up as enclave cities in Judah's territory.-Ge 46:10; Ex 6:15; 1Ch 4:24; Jos 19:1. 2. The tribe of Israel stemming from the families of Simeon's six sons: Jemuel, Jamin, Ohad, Jachin, Zohar, and Shaul. (Ge 46:10; Ex 6:15) During Israel's wilderness journey, Simeon encamped with Reuben and Gad on the S of the tabernacle, the three-tribe division being headed by Reuben. On the march, this same tribal arrangement was maintained, with Shelumiel serving as Simeon's chieftain, both of the camp and of the army.-Nu 1:4, 6; 2:10-15; 10:18-20. Reduction in Tribal Population. At the time of the first census, taken a year after the Exodus from Egypt, the tribe of Simeon numbered 59,300 able-bodied men 20 years old and upward who were fit for military service. (Nu 1:1-3, 22, 23) However, about 39 years later, the second census revealed that the tribe had suffered great losses, there being only 22,200 in the same category. This amounted to a decrease of more than 62 percent, far greater than that experienced by any other tribe.-Nu 26:1, 2, 12-14. Moses did not mention Simeon by name in his farewell blessing of Israel. This is not to say the tribe was not blessed, for it was included at the end in the general blessing. (De 33:6-24, 29) Simeon was named first among the tribes assigned to stand on Mount Gerizim in connection with the blessings to be pronounced.-De 27:11, 12. Simeon's reduced size was no doubt considered when it came to assigning individual territories in the Promised Land; the tribe was not given a self-contained, unbroken portion but, rather, cities entirely enclosed within Judah's territory. In this way Jacob's deathbed prophecy uttered more than 200 years earlier was fulfilled. (Nu 34:16-20; Jos 19:1-9; compare Ge 49:5-7.) Simeon shared with Judah in wresting this territory out of the hands of the Canaanites. (Jg 1:1-3, 17) Enclave cities were also set aside in Simeon's inheritance for the tribe of Levi.-Jos 21:4, 9, 10; 1Ch 6:64, 65. Mention in Later Bible History. The Simeonites were mentioned from time to time in the later history of Israel-in the time of David (1Ch 4:24-31; 12:23, 25; 27:16), in the days of Asa (2Ch 15:8, 9), and in Josiah's time (2Ch 34:1-3, 6, 7). This latter reference to Josiah's reforms shows that, though geographically in Judah's territory, Simeon had politically and religiously cast in its lot with the northern kingdom. It appears that in the days of Hezekiah 500 Simeonites struck down a remnant of the Amalekites and took up dwelling in their place.-1Ch 4:41-43. In the prophetic books of Ezekiel and Revelation, Simeon's name occurs along with others of the tribes of Israel. The strip of territory assigned to Simeon in Ezekiel's envisioned layout of the Promised Land lay between those of Benjamin and Issachar, S of "the holy contribution." But the gate assigned to Simeon on the S of the holy city was with those named after Issachar and Zebulun. (Eze 48:21-25, 28, 33) In the vision of the 144,000 sealed ones in Revelation chapter 7, Simeon is the seventh tribe listed.-Re 7:7. 3. The righteous, reverent old man who entered the temple on the very day that Joseph and Mary brought in the child Jesus. It had been divinely revealed to Simeon that before his death he would see the Christ. He therefore took the baby up in his arms, blessed Jehovah, and with holy spirit upon him, declared to the child's mother: "This one is laid for the fall and the rising again of many in Israel." Simeon also prophesied that Mary would be greatly grieved, as if run through with a sword, over the agonizing death of this son of hers.-Lu 2:22, 25-35. ( Full Answer )
Samson was an Israelite of the tribe of Dan. He was probably of the same skin color as his parents and everyone else around there...
(Acts 13:1) 13âNow in Antioch there were prophets and teachers in the local congregation, Barâ²naÂ·bas as well as Symâ²eÂ·on who was called Niâ²ger, and Lucius of CyÂ·reâ²ne, and Manâ²aÂ·en who was educated with Herod the district ruler, and Saul.
The word "Niger" only appears once in the King James Version of the Bible: Acts 13:1 Now there were in the church that was at Antioch certain prophets and teachers; as Barnabas, and Simeon that was called Niger, and Lucius of Cyrene, and Manaen, which had been brought up with Herod the tetrarch, …and Saul. and it is a NAME in that verse, it has nothing whatsoever to do with skin color. If you are asking about the word with TWO g's, that word is not in the Bible. At all. ( Full Answer )
No. Samuel was a Levite, (Hebrew) born to Elkanah and Hannah. Elkanah was called an Ephraimite and that was because the Levites, the priestly tribe of Israel, were called by the name where they served. Samuel was a priest, prophet and a judge. You can read the interesting story of Samuel in the Book… of I Samuel. ( Full Answer )
HBO is a liberal organization, lets have diversity instead of fact. . Samson was from the first 12 tribes of Israe l, there were no black Jews in Israel at that time.
The known or ascribed writers of the various works in the Bible where those of the Hebrew 12 Tribes - predominantly Levi, Judah, Joseph, Zebulun and Benjamin. The only exception seems to be Luke of the New Testament who is said to be Greek. As Hebrews they are 'Semetic' peoples which would be Cau…casian with light to brown skin tone. No known writer was black or of the African clan. ( Full Answer )
No. He was Jewish, therefore he was Middle Eastern and was not African. . Answer: . Abraham descended from Noah's son, "Shem"... and his son, Eber... from whom the "Hebrew" people got their name; and who are of the Caucasian race [see Gen.11:16-26]. . Yet, in Abraham's grandson, Jacob [surnamed…, "Israel"]... a more "colorful" chapter began to develop among Abraham's descendants. Israel [Jacob] had "two sister-wives" [Leah and Rachel] who bore him children... and they each gave him one of their maidservants, Zilpah and Bilhah , respectively [in an apparent rivalry between the sister-wives] to bear him more children than the other; where each child born to the maidservants were "credited" to the respective wife of Israel. . It was a productive rivalry that resulted in [besides an undisclosed number of daughters] Israel becoming the father of TWELVE SONS. From each of which descended one of the "twelve tribes" of Israel. . The "color" of Israel's wives isn't disclosed... although they are revealed to have been ['kissin'] " cousins ." . "...Isaac called for Jacob, blessed him, and said, 'Do not marry any of these Canaanite [black] women. Instead, go at once to Paddan-aram, to the house of your grandfather Bethuel, and marry one of your uncle Laban's daughters ..." (Gen.28:1-2 NLT New Living Translation). . This would suggest that Israel married within his Caucasian race -- and the children born of these two women would have been primarily "white." . The races of the two sister's maidservants, on the other hand, isn't mentioned. One or both of them could have been "black" [or red, or yellow, or...], and the children they bore Jacob may well have yielded the afore mentioned "colorful" addition to Abraham's descendants [with the mixing of their racial traits] -- and Israel's sons and the tribes of Israel probably were [and ARE] a very "colorful" people who are scattered among the nations to this day. . As for " Samson "... he was not a " Jew " of the tribe of Judah [born to Leah, Israel's Caucasian cousin-wife - Gen.29:31-35]. Samson was a " Danite " of the tribe of Dan . . "...a man named Manoah from the tribe of Dan lived in the town of Zorah..." (Judges 13:2 NLT). . Manoah's wife bore him Samson [verse 24]. . And Dan, it turns out, was "credited to Rachel" by being born to BILHAH, Rachel's maidservant . . "So Rachel gave him Bilhah to be his wife, and Jacob slept with her. Bilhah became pregnant and presented him with a son. Rachel named him Dan..." (Gen.30:4-6 NLT ). . While Samson's "skin color" isn't disclosed in the Scriptures -- circumstantial genealogical biblical evidence suggests that he could have been any number of possible colors or skin shades... as neither Bilhah's [nor Zilpah's] racial makeup is mentioned. . But, with all twelve of Israel's sons having a common Semitic father, Samson is revealed in the Bible to have been, at least, of mixed descent. ( Full Answer )
There are many references to Simeon in the bible. The name Simeon appears in 45 verses of the KJV bible. See related links to find the Simeon you want to investigate.
That would seem highly unlikely. Jonah was raised in a town inNorthern Israel - a couple of miles north of Nazareth. He wouldhave been Semitic. He is depicted as white by Michelangelo andRussian Orthodox art. See related link:
In the Bible, Simeon is very little known about. He is the man who met Joseph and Mary just before the birth. He has been promised by God that he would not die until he saw the Messiah.
The first man specifically referred to as black was "Simeon the Niger" in Acts 13:1. "Niger" meant black in Latin. Ethiopians are referred to many times in the Bible but without referring to skin color even though it is to be assumed that they are black. Moses married an Ethiopian woman. Philip in …the New Testament witnessed to an Ethiopian eunuch. The Bible does not make a big issue of skin color and maybe we should learn from that. ( Full Answer )
It never says that, if fact, the Bible does not concern itself withthe color of a person's skin. In the New International Version, theterm 'black' is used 27 times for something other than a humanexcept in an analogy of God's sinful people in Lamentations 4:8-9. Many biblical scholars believe the '…first' great and powerful rulerof the first kingdom, Nimrod, was himself black. ( Full Answer )
yes but it is not illegal I suggest saying it to someone and seeingtheir expression
No, king James was the King of England. It was he who authorizedthe King James Version of the bible to be written.