• Bryan Tims

EXPOSED: the Black Hebrew Israelite (BHI) doctrine


First, let me establish that scripture does not support any form of racism. Race is also not a requirement of salvation, but only faith and obedience to Messiah and the Most High can save us from our sins.


Any doctrine teaching racism as scriptural is wicked and of the enemy, no matter what race it attacks.

"Then Kepha(Peter) opened his mouth, and said, Of a truth I perceive that YAH is no respecter of persons: But in every nation he that fears him, and works righteousness, is accepted with him." - MA'ASIYM (ACTS) 10:34-35 את CEPHER

BHI teachers often lead their followers into openly violent and racist views against "whites" and some even reverting to calling them "demons." They often use images of a black Messiah such as below. They will preach against the "white Jesus" while then posting their own false images of Messiah. In reality, both of these images are false and should not be used except for teaching and instruction against all forms of idolatry. HalleluYah!

One of the most used verses these followers manipulate is Revelation 1:14-15 (see image below) by using these descriptions of our Messiah to force their racial doctrine onto the scripture. To even an average student of scripture, they should be able to see through this deception. Obviously, we are having a witness to the risen and glorified Messiah. White wool hair is describing the Lamb of Elohim, and white represents holiness and wisdom throughout scripture. BHI's tend to focus a lot on the burnished bronze feet as if it describes a black person. However, let's read a quote from the Barnes Notes of the Bible;

"As if they burned in a furnace - That is, his feet were so bright that they seemed to be like a beautiful metal glowing intensely in the midst of a furnace. Anyone who has looked upon the dazzling and almost insupportable brilliancy of metal in a furnace, can form an idea of the image here presented." - Barnes Notes of the Bible, Rev. 1:15

The actual metal described could have been even a white or golden bright light as one would see in a furnace of metals, which varies based on the metals. Again, there is absolutely no context about race in these scriptures, unless people are forcing such a doctrine.

This video below has the best detailed debunking of the false Black Hebrew Israelite movement (BHI) that I have seen to date.


NOTE: this video is made from a christian perspective, so they do use the name "jesus," and some other christian views.


Link for mobile: https://youtu.be/t0LKKEooNqk


All races are saved by faith alone!


Shalom in Messiah Yahusha.

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