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Proof of Jesus’ Black heritage comes from surprising source: two Black Mormons

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(BlackNews.com) – It’s the fourth largest and fastest growing church in America, which has now tabulated greater membership abroad than in the U.S., with over 13.5 million members world wide, and its greatest growth is in Africa. They donate more goods and services to charity than any other organization in the world, and have an impressive focus on family and education that is refreshingly rare and unmatched.

But if you ask them why Blacks were restricted from the Priesthood and temples until 1978, and is dark skin a curse, you’ll receive blank stares or answers that don’t fit the generally high level of religious or academic education. The answers, or lack of answers will confirm that inequality has been a part of their teachings for quite some time, and that these haunting issues have not been sufficiently addressed. That is until now.

Two Black Mormons — yes, that’s not a typo — two Black Mormons, have recently launched a groundbreaking DVD series that answers the questions we’ve been asking in regards to their religion’s teachings on race, but have to this point, gone unanswered. The real prize and surprise in this effort, has been the uncovering of the genealogy of Jesus Christ, demonstrating that Jesus was indeed Black. This is truly remarkable! For the first time, you can trace with incredible detail, from the Old Testament to the New Testament, the family tree from which Jesus came. Put away the “wooly hair” argument, we now have real proof and can literally see the African heritage in the Savior.

The ìBlacks in the Scripturesî DVD series, a 2 disc set, by Darius Gray and Marvin Perkins, is lifting the self-image of Blacks around the world, as the manufactured history of oppression is replaced by the original and actual history. This powerful new series will walk you through the Bible showing you exactly how to identify many of the Black heroes therein.

Then using the Bible and the Latter-day Saints’ own sacred writings, they debunk the myths of skin color, curses, inequality and rights to the Priesthood with scriptural truths. Scholars worldwide are praising the doctrinal and scholarly detail of this great work, a must for every generation. Get the series today by going to www.BlacksintheScriptures.com. The cost is $34.95 plus $4.95 shipping and handling.

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