Interracial dating and marriage
It was from Ur, a province in Babel, that Abraham was called by God.While that doesn’t give us any indication of race, there are a few tribes Israel that started with mix raced children: If we do the math, three out of twelve tribes is equivalent to 25% of the tribes starting off as half Shemite and half Hamite, which would mean they were dark skinned people.When we compare it to how Egyptians painted themselves, we see that the Bible is 100% accurate when they point out that people couldn’t tell the two nations apart.The evidence speaks for itself that Egypt was a black nation, and the only reason Hebrews would be mistaken for Egyptians at that point in history was if they were black too or if they mixed with enough Hamites that they became a black nation.There is also concrete evidence in the Bible that not only did Africans come out with Israel, but there are Israelites still living in Africa and will be until they’re regathered the last time: the Lord shall set his hand again the second time to recover the remnant of his people, which shall be left, from Assyria, and from Egypt, and from Pathros, and from Cush, and from Elam, and from Shinar, and from Hamath, and from the islands of the sea.” – Isaiah Egypt, Pathros, and Cush are named as three of the locations of “the remnant of his people.” If his people lived in these countries, it only makes since that they resemble the people of these countries or they would stand out, and it would be obvious to everyone who they are.However, that is not what we see in those countries.Suggested Reading Another major issue that bothers many believers is the claim that all black people came from Ham.
The following painting of Moses predates the European Renaissance period.
We aren’t told anything about her other than the fact that she is indeed a Cushite (Ethiopian).
The mixed multitude mentioned in Exodus -38 explains how Moses had time to find and marry a Cushite woman, while still serving as the leader of the nation of Israel.
In times of persecution, Hebrews would flee to Africa to escape, but never to Europe.
This is no doubt due to their appearance, cultural ties, and familiarity with African people, because they’d been mixing with them since the very beginning.