Adam
             Although not black he was the First African


         Although Adam was the first human created in the image of God, there is much evidence, both biblical and scientific, that races of beings and species existed on this planet thousands of years before God created this “first man.” (1 Cor. 15:45)  It was on the sixth day of the earth's renovation that God created man, both male and female, and issued this first couple a most telling instruction:

                             “be fruitful and multiply and replenish the earth.” (Gen. 1:28) 

The definition of “replenish” means to repopulate which in this instance refers to the earth.  The Genesis account begins with the words, “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.”  Then without any explanation we learn that “the earth was without form and void….”     Although the Scriptures state “God is not the author of confusion,” the earth was obviously in a confused state.  Therefore, one concludes that a traumatic judgment from God had taken place earlier, making the earth a formless watery grave of darkness. (1 Cor. 14:33, Gen. 1:2)  After a passage of time, God began renovating the earth, and then on the “sixth day” Father God used Mother Earth to form his mud man's lifeless body.
 
                          “And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the
                           ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of
                           life; and man became a living soul.”

Although this first man was the color of the ground, his color was neither brown nor black as many presume.  God named his man Adam and incorporated into Adam's name the color he made him.  The name Adam means “Red Man.”  Adam was not created out of the chalk-parched earth, nor was he created out of black topsoil.  Adam was formed from “the dust of the earth” that may have resembled Oklahoma's rich red clay.  This first man was indeed a colored man and his color was red. The image of God was introduced in the form of a red man, the color of Native Americans.   Just prior to the introduction of Adam, in the book of Genesis, the Scripture indicates Eden's location was west of Ethiopia, voiding a popular notion of Eden being in Iraq, northeast of Ethiopia.  (See Fig. 2)  Since Eden lay west of Ethiopia this would place its garden on the African continent, making Adam the first African.  From what we know about the habitat of Africa, the Genesis account coincides with Eden being in Africa.  For Genesis 2:19-20 states:

                           “And out of the ground the LORD God formed every beast
                            of the field, and every fowl of the air; and brought them
                            unto Adam to see what he would call them:”

This subtle Scripture informs us that God “brought every beast of the field” and “every fowl of the air” to the location where his red man resided to have him name “every living creature.”  What better place to bring every living creature than to Africa, the motherland of so many species?  Throughout the world, zoos continuously tap the African Continent as their foremost supplier of “beasts of the field and fowl of the air.”  From the dawn of creation, when God brought all species to his garden, Africa then landlocked in Pangaea, has had the earth's largest wildlife population.  This is just one highlight order this cassette series today call 1-866-GET-AMEN its cost is 14.99 or the book for $19.99.  Its your Christian heritage regardless of your color call 1-866-GET-AMEN to increase your knowledge in Character Profiles of Blacks in the Bible and its Prophecy Concerning the Races. 

SCIENTIFICALLY SPEAKING
           Skin is the largest organ the human body possesses.  In regards to Eve's skin color, the
results of extensive gene research have repeatedly acknowledged in magazines and journals, such as Time and Newsweek that the first woman was a woman of color.15   For all the genes of every race whether Negroid, Mongoloid, or Caucasoid can be found in the black woman.  When it comes to skin color blacks possess the dominant genes.16  For example, black women can produce black babies as well as white babies (called albinos) with a black man.  The rest  is invaluable information, but for you it is only $14.99. 
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