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At the end of each list of descendants is a summary sentence that occurs prior to starting the genealogy of the next of Noah’s sons.Here are those summary sentences for each son of Noah: We can see that it is Japheth’s line that is specifically referred to as Gentiles, while the sons of Ham and Shem are called sons of Ham and Shem.We are going to address all three of these point in detail, and reveal what I believe to be one of the biggest deceptions in history.Not only is it a deception, but it is also Bible prophecy being lived daily in front of our eyes.And the sons of Javan; Elishah, and Tarshish, Kittim, and Dodanim.By these were the isles of the Gentiles divided in their lands; every one after his tongue, after their families, in their nations.” – Genesis 10:2-5 As we read through Genesis 10 (read it for yourself), we are given a list of the descendants of each of Noah’s sons.Those in denial of the truth claim it’s racist to call white people white and black people black, but the fact of life is that EVERYONE is born into a flesh and blood body that has a race.Anyone reading this is free to make any FALSE claim they want, but if they aren’t saying the same things when white teachers insert other races WITHOUT a shred of Biblical backing, then what they say to those of us rightly dividing the word of truth is irrelevant.
and that was to help us identify who the Gentiles were and who they are now.
There’s quite a bit of information in the Bible that seems to point to a deception and an attempt to generalize the term “Gentiles” in order to steer people away from the very specific list of Gentiles given in the Bible.
There are three key scriptures that point to the fact that the Gentiles referred to very specific nations, and not just all non Jews: These are not my words, but the words we find in the Bible itself.
When the subject of Gentiles is brought up, the above definition seems to be everyone’s default answer.
According to the world, the Gentiles are anyone not Jewish or of Hebrew descent, but that seems to be the exact opposite of what scripture says.