In the Beginning … Session 22 — The Table of Nations

These are the clans of the sons of Noah, according to their genealogies, in their nations, and from these the nations spread abroad on the earth after the flood.

[Genesis 10:32]

The race baiters of our day would have us to believe that systemic racism is alive and well in America, and anyone who dares to stand against the godless agendas of our day are automatically labeled as racists. Not only is history being rewritten to stoke the fires of racism in our culture, but an entire generation is being taught to judge others not by the content of their character but by the color of their skin.

If only this generation would take the time to read the Bible, it would become abundantly clear that the idea of inferior and superior races is not a Biblical concept. Quite the contrary, the Bible that there are not multiple races but only one race and one blood — the human race. We all are sons of Adam and because we all come from one man, there exists a true brotherhood of man created by God as His image bearers.

The Bible specifically speaks of the divisions of the earth in terms of nations, tribes, and languages. The Bible also reveals that every territory and nation on earth has been ruled and oppressed by fallen gods.

Not only did Jesus come to save us as a representative of mankind — the Son of Man — but also He came on a cosmic mission as the Son of God to redeem us from the bondage of these fallen gods once and for all.

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