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Dr. William Lucius Hunter, MD (1850-1915) was a clergyman of the African Methodist-Episcopal Church and a physician who graduated at the University of Buffalo in 1890. In his 1901 book Jesus Christ Had Negro Blood in His Veins, Dr. Hunter researches scripture in order to fight segregation and abuse. He identifies Canaanites as being black and claimed that several important Jewish figures and ancestors of Jesus had children by this group of people. Hunter came to the conclusion that Jesus had black ancestry dating back to Ham, the son of Noah. 

"The Lord God not only honored the black man by allowing him to bear the cross of Jesus Christ, God honored Ham by allowing or having His Son Jesus Christ carry negro blood His veins", the author contends.

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  • 14-12-20

Research of Jesus.

I like the book , and would.you read and made to write. Very well I would. Like to finish listening.the book is a good book for those who have not done their research. The over all performance was well done, the story has a part time performance8 I will probally not right or read another book.why s it that we can not get to the book,if you have to write such a long review.