Thursday, June 24, 2010

Who's More Racial Prejudice, Latter-Day Saints, Protestants or Atheists?

I have heard claims of prejudice aimed at church members due to the negros not receiving the priesthood prior to 1978. This has been done by both Protestants and Atheists. Yet what is the reality? Who's belief could really be demonstrated as the most racial prejudice?

Yet an aditional advantage that the negro didn't do temple ordinances is that they have often been slaves. This would have been a compromise to such. Also masters could have demanded they use the priesthood for incorrect reasons.

But leaving these points aside let's look at the ideas of all 3.

Latter-Day Saints

There is not a person of any race that has been witheld from baptism at any time. Even after people are DEAD they can still accept the gospel of Christ REGARDLESS of what race they came from, or what time they lived in: Every person who has lived upon this earth will have a chance to accept Jesus Christ. Also the gift of the Holy Ghost has been bestowed upon all who wish to accept it.

While, prior to coming here, the negros didn't wish to receive the priesthood during this life (this restricts ordinances available), they still have the same opportunity to change their minds after death. There is no eternal restriction on them whatsoever.

While translating the Book of Abraham, Joseph Smith recorded in regard the negro, Pharoah (grandson of Ham), "Pharoah, being a righteous man, established his kingdom and judged his people wisely and justly all his days..." Abraham 1:26

So we have a wise and just negro king. Hardly a concept of inferior negros.


The Atheist would have us believe we evolved (generally speaking). This is a process of survival of the fittest. It teaches a progress of creatures.

They would have us believe that we evolved in stages to become the superior being we are today. In this process we first had what people? The blacks! This is their version of the inferior of us human beings. Then came the brown races next. They propose we have progressed through to become the superior white race of modern science.

So much for Atheists.


Well, where do I start?

Protestantism teaches that only in the land of Israel were people that were talked to by God. This means that every other being on earth for all those years are doomed to hell forever. To burn and burn and burn forever, because they didn't belong to the right race.

What is more they consider that even before Jacob (Israel) only a few select people had any communication with God. Thus almost everyone on earth for about 4 thousand years are all doomed to hell because they weren't in the right place or of the right race.

Then came Christ who eventually had the gospel spread further. Yet what of all the people in North and South America, most of the African continent, Australia, New Zealand, Samoa and all the rest of those islands and most of Asia? Again we have enormous racial prejudice.

This went on for well over another thousand years. So we end up with well over 5 thousand years of amazing racial prejudice.

And what of today? We have China having gone through over 60 years of communist rule with no religion allowed. This is a nation that has by far the largest population of any country in the world. Our Protestant friends have them all going off to hell to burn. Hey, burn the lot, you say! Here a billion burnt, there a billion burnt. "I'm saved though," says Mr and Mrs Protestant. "I can't understand these people who are prejudice against the Chinese," they say.

Looking at it
It is very obvious that certain races have been more blessed than others. Whether a person wants to claim this as some luck or whatever is up to them. But the Scriptures clearly show that God has selected some races (such as Israel) and places to put down the spirits that were showing the most potential. However it has to be also observed that some good spirits have gone into all races. He has also put some bad spirits into all races. So we can't just judge a person by their race.


Denidowi said...

Thanks, Doug

Yes; I quite enjoyed the opening astute observations on this question: that slavery in some senses, ruled out certain freedoms of earthly blessings and privileges, for the accountability equation could not take full effect under slavery.
So it seems that aspects of the moving and timing of "equal rights" Movement, etc., may have been Heavenly-inspired as foundation for instituting or making available all the rights and prileges of the Priesthood to all men on earth.

Doug Towers said...


Well, I suppose it could be said that they had to get something right in all that stuff, didn't they?

Anonymous said...

Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues. For her sins have reached unto heaven, and God hath remembered her iniquities.

Doug Towers said...

Patmos Pete

Yes, that is very true. The mother of harlots and her daughters need converting; as with anti-religious nonsense.

I'm glad you're out there trying to expose false churches. I'm in the same business.

Anonymous said...

Let's remember that no bad spirits were distributed throughout the races of mankind. But every spirit that made it to recieve a body was and is a good spirit.

Doug Towers said...


That's an optomistic viewpoint.

Christ said that there is only one that is "good" and that is God.

But returning to our way of talking all spirits or intellegences are different. Some extremely evil and some extremely good. And all the rest sitting somewhere between.

Cain was an example of someone whom God seems to be stating was evil before he came here.

Lucifer was the leader of those we call "evil spirits." So he must have been more motivated than the others. Christ, on the other hand, was more motivated toward spiritual things than others. There are those such as Michael who were also highly motivated toward goodness. So I can share your optomism. But its good to be positive about people's potential to change.

Serenity Love Sincere Peace Earth said...


We haven't been Negroes since the 60's. Can't be racist if you don't know our name.

Doug Towers said...


Thanks for the input and the back-handed compliment.

Perhaps I would have been better to have said, "those blacks of African descent."

Peace to you.