King David: The Black Hebrew With Ruddy Skin by Dante FortsonWas King David the most famous ginger to ever live? Many people believe that he was, and they also use this reasoning to conclude that there is no way that King David could’ve been a black man born with red hair.
British-Israelism teaches that David was white because he was ruddy, which according to them means he could blush. Their belief that only white people are capable of blushing has driven the false teaching of a white David. However, there is concrete evidence that points to the contrary.
Did King David have red hair????
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Your email:. Last year, about two hundred red haired Israeli Jews gathered for a conference at Kibbutz Gezer in Israel. While that is a nice size group, there were, apparently, many hundreds who were interested in attending, but unable to do so. Gezer , by the way, is Hebrew for carrot. And then there is Stav Shaffir , the not even thirty year old Member of the Knesset whose hair is vibrant red. Stav , by the way, is Hebrew for Autumn. There is even Hebrew slang for redheads: gingi Jeenji for a male and gingit Jeenjit for a female, both Hebraicized corruptions of the English ginger.
Was King David the most famous ginger to ever live? However, there is concrete evidence that points to the contrary. The Cushites were black descendants of Ham. When we are introduced to Abraham, we is already married to Sarah, his half sister. After leaving Ur, Abraham travels into Canaan , which was founded by descendants of Ham.
The Myths and History of Red Hair
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