So what! That's what I was saying in response to your whining about what a bad Mormon family you had and how that shows Mormonism is all wrong to you.Now, getting back to you:
You still aren't making a point as far as I'm concern.
No, teaching that black skin is a curse is discrimination. Teaching that Native Americans are the color they are because their ancestors were cursed is discrimination. Thinking Jesus is the same color as you are isn't, it is an example of their love of Christ, wanting him to be the same color as they are. I don't care what color he was, I love him. And I would be just as happy to have an image of Christ that was black, brown, yellow, red, or even Vulcan green. What he did for me is what matters.
I don't know what you're talking about, Mormons aren't a race, it is a chosen belief system. And I don't even hate Mormons, I hate Mormonism, an evil teaching that leads others from the true gospel of Jesus Christ.
Jesus was an Israelite. And Jesus would have been medium tan to brown or dark brown depending on the colour of Mary and her parents. So Jesus wasn't anything but an Israelite. So you're wrong that anybody can look like an Israelite looked like 2000 years ago.
Well people whine about what a bad Christian family they had, your Christian religion and that to them proves how Christianity is all wrong to them. Seems since your a Christian, you'd be attending problems in your own back Christian yard before you tried to clean some one else's Mormon back yard.
Why don't you go find some non-white Mormons and ask them why they accept what you think is a doctrine based on racism and discrimination? You're the one with the issue. You want to understand this better? Go search out and find non-white Mormon members and ask if they agree with your logic that they have been duped into a racist discriminating doctrine and ask why they accept it?
I'll tell you a humorous tale that is actually true. I asked the question to an active Native American Indian that was a best friend of mine. I asked how did he accept that it was taught his skin was a cursing from his ancestors. He looked at me as if that was a dumb question and said cause God told him he was a dirty little varmit to begin with in the pre-mortal life and deserved his cursing...lolol. After laughing he told me in a serious tone that he prayed about it and the Spirit said it was the truth. That the cursing on one individual, no matter what the cursing was, would and could fall upon the descendants of that initial person who was cursed. But he than added the curse is a piece of history and has no bearing on what is taking place now. And to know that difference comes from the Spirit, not man. He said man teaches racism and so did God through out the OT. But the Spirit teaches truth and sometimes the truth will offend even the very elect so that they will disbelieve the truth.
Do your own research, I guarantee you'll get some surprising answers.