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When Black youth BECOMES 18...THEY Should challenge their Christian Parents Religion.

When Black youth BECOMES 18...THEY Should challenge their Christian Parents Religion.
Posted By: jamal Abraham on August 04, 2010

Not much can a black child do about worshipping the white man's religions prior to 18 years of age. They need a home and food to eat. But, when they become an adult is when they should rebel the religion that fosters a hate thyself theology. Each generation of blacks are smarter than the previous. There is no need for young black adults to remain a Christian to have to LOVE THY ENEMY. God destroys HIS enemies. He drowns them as in the days of Noah and by fire as in the days of Lot. Black youth need not wait on a man that the White man murdered to come back from the **** after 2000 years to save them. At 18 on up, Blacks should challenge their Christian parent belief in the slavemaking religion and the religion that hung their foreparents during American Slavery.



Now, all the Christian black parents can say is ' give me Jesus " .........a great man that spoke truth that is ****. There were many of great men, but if they die they don't come back. So as SOON as black youth become 18.....the very next day.......they need to tell their Christian black parents...with all due respect....to "GIVE THE WHITE MAN BACK HIS RELIGION, HIS NAME AND HIS CULTURE". Now that you are 18 you want to love yourself and know yourself and do for yourself. You do not want to wait on no one **** to come back no matter how wonderful the choir may be or how many times you say amen. Instead as a new 18 year old, you want to believe in the living and what living life can mean when you love THYSELF.

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