Partiality and discrimination and segregation are now cliche words to you.
You're ignoring the distinction in this conversation and the ramifications of the ignorance that the Mormons have perpetuated with the pretext of... well.. your own excuse here.
So with you speaking of no absolutes.
Let us be clear: There was never an instance in the Bible, where blacks were said to be, or implied to be discriminated against, rejected, or specifically set aside (as a race, or in relation to their skin color).
The blasphemy, heresy, and sin of perpetuating the otherwise myth... is the point here. It's the point of what happens when one violates the word of God.
It's even in the Bible and ironically the word is
"Lightness" which is used to translate "pachazuwth" the hebrew concept of "reckless arrogance"
And you know why?
Because the skin color prejudice that people here exhibit, and support and justify?
That is the most glaring example of reckless arrogance and extravagance.
Jer 23:32 Behold, I am against them that prophesy false dreams, saith the LORD, and do tell them, and cause my people to err by their lies, and by their lightness; yet I sent them not, nor commanded them: therefore they shall not profit this people at all, saith the LORD.
Now read the entire passage so you are sure to get the full context. Because when i read it, I see clearly a refutation of Mormonism, islam, Restorationism, white supremacy, just the entire concept of "we are right because we say we are" mentality. Or "Do what we say because we are so great, look at us, we are just right just because we say we are". Paul even goes into the New Testament to caution people that he doesn't make a case based on that mentality.
2Cr 1:17When I therefore was thus minded, did I use lightness? or the things that I purpose, do I purpose according to the flesh, that with me there should be yea yea, and nay nay?
In otherwords, Paul is saying "I'm not trying to make a case just because of his physical or worldly position to just flippantly change his mind.(I imagine he's speaking about his position as a former priest or as a Roman citizen).
So the overarching point is that Christianity doesn't teach some kind of caste system or even a lighter version of it.
So no, there is no discrimination in Christianity. Not in regards to people, ancestry, region, groups, or physical features like skin color.
hmmm...lets really put this to be. However you can consider blacks to be separate or distinguished, none of that is applicable and never was applicable in Christianity.
So to teach it now, or at any point, is a TESTAMENT of blasphemy and heresy and has actual damaging ramifications and corruptive influences in the Christian faith.
DO YOU UNDERSTAND or are you going to still SIDESTEP and somehow cynically discuss the absolutes of segregation?
black people and mistreating them should not be something that you spend any effort giving validation to. Certainly not here, and more certainly not for the sake of Mormons and their racist attitudes.
I am not Racist nor bigoted.
Within that context I as does God hold to partiality, discriminates, and segregation.
AND SO DO YOU AS TO JUDGE IN YOUR POST YOU ARE DOING THAT WHICH YOU SAY YOU ARE AGAINST.
It would be the same as if you said there are no absolutes. But you can't even say that as to do so means there is at least one absolute.
Again it is the Criteria on which one does the above that makes it right or wrong.
I wrote in a previous post I hoped you knew what an analogy was clearly you do not as this last post demonstrates.
I take my leave of you God Bless