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Black/yellow/ White- A Logical Approach by snthesis(m): 10:51am On Aug 26, 2020
This thread was generated to provide in logical terms the arguments raised regarding Pastor's Chris message on "Black Skin"

Firstly, we need to compare "apples to apples" i.e we have multiple definitions for same words in the English Language, as such you need to look contextually in what terms a certain word or phrase is used For example Black could be referenced/defined as an Adjective, Noun, Verb, adverb, metaphor depending on the context of use, so you cant compare when the word Black is used as a Noun against another Word i.e White ,when used as an adverb.

That being said, let's look at the context defining the terms "Black, and White Skin", in terms of defining how the Human race is classified. If you look at both extremes in terms of the definition in regards to actual "colour", you would obviously observe that there is no human in existence that is/has "White" coloured skin, as such you can obviously eliminate that the classification of the human race has absolutely nothing to do with the Skin color of the individual. The classification of the Human race into "Black, White or Yellow" is a clearly disguised racial metaphor segregating Humans into various classes of development/acceptance with White being the highest Standard.

Once you realize that your race was never defined by your skin colour then you can understand the logic behind Pastor' Chris message.


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