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If man originated from one source, Adam and Eve, how come we have white and black people?


Adam and Eve were either black or white. And if they really had the same skin color, where do other skin colors originate from. And also, why do we have different races? What really happened to us?

 

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Best Answer Banned cause of pissants promisem and deantraylor (Dont Taze Me Bro) says

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    Lawal Abiodun (Pacesetter Abbey) 16 months ago

    The is just as explicit as I wanted it to be. Well explained and indeed convincing. My knowledge about genes are now refreshed. Good thing you are a Christian; referring to the Tower of Babel explains everything. Now the Ocean is calm. Thanks DTMB.


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    Lawal Abiodun (Pacesetter Abbey) 16 months ago

    I believe this is an impractical joke. Your words are paradoxical. It makes sense, but the sense comes out of 'nonsense.' Sir/Ma, you are indirectly disrespecting God, by saying he planted dinosaur bones, and . . . Thanks and may God forgive you.


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    Norine Williams 16 months ago

    I agree, but can't associate A SPIRIT with a race (although that description is closer to a Black) especially with "eyes as balls of fire" (lol)! I'm being silly!

    My Bible says "his hairs were "white" as wool" (Rev 1:14) not "look/felt like wool!"


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    Lawal Abiodun (Pacesetter Abbey) 16 months ago

    Explicitly amazing! I learnt about this in school today, and its indeed a coincidence receiving such info from you. Thanks Biscuit


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    cheaptrick 16 months ago

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    Lawal Abiodun (Pacesetter Abbey) 16 months ago

    Insightful, but that doesn't answer the question.

    How exactly did 'multiracialism' come to being? That's the question

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    Lawal Abiodun (Pacesetter Abbey) 16 months ago

    Climate? Can climate really change one's DNA, and thereby change the skin color. Hmmm... This is controversial.


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