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It dont say no where in The Bible that He was black !

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Solomon died in 931 B.C. , he ruled 40 years like David, so he must have been 80 years. The bible does not say so how.


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The bible it clearly states in the book of proverbs written by King Solomon who was the wisest man who ever lived. That if you spare the cane then you will spoil the child.


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some people use "Son 1:5 I am black, but comely, O ye daughters of Jerusalem, as the tents of Kedar, as the curtains of Solomon. " to say that soloman was black. but if you read this in context, even the verse, why would soloman say "as the curtains of Solomon." if you will read all of this you will see that this is a woman talking. Son 5:10 " My beloved is white and ruddy, the chiefest among ten thousand". ( this is about king soloman)


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