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Why Do You Still Use The Term “Captivity” Today?

September 19, 2014


Why do you still use the term “captivity” today?  “Blacks” are no longer slaves in this country, and are free to come and go as they please.  This is a fair question, seeing that there are relatively few places in the world today where slavery is being practiced to such a degree that people are […]

The Children Of The Captivity

April 28, 2013


When discussing the diaspora, or dispersion of the children of Yashar’al/”Israel” worldwide, we must be careful in the terminology that we employ.  The popular terminology coined by the churches, the synagogues, and the media is the “scattered seed of Israel”.  The aim of this writing is to demonstrate with scripture that this popular terminology is […]

Captivity, Oppression, Affliction, Scattering, & Enmity

March 9, 2012


Captivity, oppression, affliction, scattering, and enmity:  what do these conditions have to do with the children of Yisrael today?  According to the scriptures, these conditions describe the general, historic state of the children of Yisrael, even up to today.  I have included in this post a list of many of these scriptures.  I encourage all […]

Why Do You All Bring Up Slavery So Much?

October 8, 2011


Why bring up slavery so much?  What’s past is past, right?  Many people feel that way, however, we must bring the subject up because much of our present day miseries and troubles can be traced to the abuses of our slave ancestors.  Also, it is actually the uniqueness of our slavery experience that helps identify […]