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Black Americans-White Americans----Both Christians??

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Submitted by DW (United States), Mar 6, 2006 at 17:25

There are Black and White American Christians, as well Black converts to islam by the
thousands in the prisons, white supracists, claiming to be Christians, white American Jews
etc. etc. And, by my humble interpretation, becoming " Christian " is a choice, not a simple
born in America fact.

Otherwise, you're right about good ol boys with weapons in segregation issues.

DW
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