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Does God create some people black / or white?

  1. Dreatech profile image58
    Dreatechposted 7 years ago

    Does God create some people black   / or white?

    Does God really create some people black while some white? what does the scientiste really say comcerning this / or what your opinion?

  2. Pikachusif profile image67
    Pikachusifposted 7 years ago

    Well, as a person of science, I believe it is all a matter of sun and natural pigmentation. You might disagree, what with your religious aspect of things, but I believe God has nothing to do with it. Its all the sun and your genetics. When the earliest people walked this Earth, they resided in Africa, which made their skin dark, with the sun being directly overhead. Then they started traveling, and as their skin became lighter, so did their children. However, some people stayed in Africa, and made dark babies for years to come.

    That was a very good question, and I hope my paragraph answers it!

  3. kafsoa profile image72
    kafsoaposted 7 years ago

    I think it's related to where people are located. At the equator, the perpindicular sun affectd melanine in their skin, and among time, it became something genetic. And so people in Europ, weren't affected by the sun since it wasn't there, so their skin is white. When dark people marry to white people, they produce a generation with lighter dark skin.

  4. ii3rittles profile image82
    ii3rittlesposted 7 years ago

    I believe, originally, Adam and Eve were like middle eastern. They had dark hair, thick and coarse, olive toned skin. Once people began to migrate and they went to different parts of the world and adapted to different areas. Where it was mostly sunny and hot, they became dark skinned (black) and where it is not sunny often, such as Ireland, they became pale and had lighter skin.

  5. wilbury4 profile image71
    wilbury4posted 7 years ago

    To prove that we are not all descendants of Adam and Eve? If Adam and Eve were our beginning, then wouldn't we all be similar in colour to them?

  6. nightwork4 profile image59
    nightwork4posted 7 years ago

    no. genetics does though. ......................................

  7. framistan profile image57
    framistanposted 7 years ago

    https://usercontent1.hubstatic.com/4900862_f260.jpg

    Ask any black person if they think dark skin is an advantage in the hot sunshine!!  The logic of this eludes me.  Just because sunshine causes your skin to "tan" --- means black persons got a lot of sunshine in Africa and evolved darker?... makes NO SENSE!  God made all of us different in many ways.  A persons skin color does not mean a different species any more than dogs, cats, or cows are higher or lower on the evolutionary scale because of their colorings!  There is only ONE race of men --- the HUMAN race.

 
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