Another Texas Church Teaching the Racist Curse Of Ham? NO WAY!!!


ANSWER: No, the answer is and was, and always will be NO!

White Christians, liberal and conservative, talk and talk and talk about evolutionary science versus the six day creation, yada yada yada. Well you know what? People were not put in chains because somebody did or did not believe in Young Earth Creationism. People do not have to endure discrimination, constant vilification because they read Genesis 1-3 “literally” or allegorically. People do not have drones killing their babies because listen to Richard Dawkins or Ken Ham (okay, maybe in the case of both), but you get my drift.

So earlier this year, one Texas school district is found teaching racism using the book of Genesis. And now we have Appleby Baptist Church in Nacogdoches, Texas as a church that publicly admits to teaching the racist Curse of Ham theory. I don’t care if you tell me that we have to believe this to affirm Noah’s flood or whatever (actually, no, we don’t); this doctrine was made for the purpose of justifying racism and human enslavement. Here are a few posts to get you started on reading where the Curse of Ham came from, and why its just bunk!:


Martin Luther King Jr. on the Curse of Ham & Racism

Really, I should have a page added to this blog, just to address this topic. It just makes me sick.

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18 thoughts on “Another Texas Church Teaching the Racist Curse Of Ham? NO WAY!!!

  1. Pingback: So, I guess I’ve been outed as an Atheist | Unsettled Christianity

  2. I was homeschooled. I recall the Baptist Pensacola Christian College’s A Beka curriculum promoted the archaic “Caucasoid-Negroid-Mongoloid equals Jephthah-Ham-Shem” theory while the Presbyterian Christian Liberty Academy curriculum discussed how silly it was to believe that Noah’s descendents didn’t intermarry. I have a feeling the former view was the more popular one though. I’ve met a number of (white) homeschool grads who claimed to be able to trace their lineage back to Jephthah but couldn’t prove it when pressed, of course.

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