I am black so I don't think I am being biased. I wont go into speculation on he lived in this part of the world so he must have been a man of color. Greeks and Romans where already in the area so it is possible he could have been white. To end that speculation because we don't have a body or even know his bloodline to test DNA. So phenotype according to the words of the Bible was he described as a black man or a white man? I looking for a 1st round KO if anybody step up to the challenge.
You cant be serious. If you are I will let you dance this 1st round then KO for round 2 if I see some serious dialog. Otherwise I just cant take you seriously. I will wait for a real challenge to step up.
Actually, I believe that you wasting an entire round is more foolish than me proving my point with what some may call odd. He cannot be black nor white due to not living in those general areas. He was never anywhere near Native America, so Indian is out. However, although not Asian, he was a lighter shade of skin, proving that Mexican is the only option left. Your poorly written argument is now even more invalid than it was before.
funny you said I am a racist. but it wasn't I who said he was a Mexican and started talking about what he eats. it was you. if I mislabeled you a Mexican, because of your response why get upset and call me a racist? you could have said he was a Arabs color but you didn't. you specifically said Mexican. why did you say that then? Saying it was a joke or that you was being sarcastic doesn't cut it either. Whenever a racist slips and show their true ways they always try and cover it up with those lines or something similar. As far as this debate like I said I didn't take you serious and you proved to me you wasn't to be taken serious. But I am curious to see how you dance around these questions. Let me say them once more. 1. Why did you say he was a Mexican in the first place, and not a Arab or someone recognized as living in that area? 2. Why you call me a racist, just because I assumed you may have been Mexican? Remember you said he was a Mexican. 3. How does that make me a racist, and what actually did I say was racist? Remember the topic was according to the bible was he black or white. Why would you bring Mexicans in the conversation in the first place. Looking at your previous responses I don't figure to get a honest reply. I can see it now I was joking. Plus don't answer the questions.
Let us see here, you have called me different races, failed to counteract all of my statements, and I brought actual facts due to Mexican being slightly in-between the two races, although no offense to those who are Mexican. He lived in the general area, he is light-colored although not white and most definitely not black. Based upon all of this, I have whopped your bottom in this debate by giving you multiple reasons while you sit there and laugh when you have only 1 poorly done statement with bad grammar and non-capitalized letters.