Since the start of the church, from the beginning of creation, Blacks and dark-skinned people have been involved in its spiritual, physical, theological, and doctrinal development. Who were and are the people involved in its development, and in what ways did they contribute? If Africans were involved in the Church’s development from the beginning, why is Africa not mentioned in the Bible?
Blacks in the Annals of Church History examines the roles that Blacks and dark-skinned people played in the formation, development, and growth of the Church—both the church in the wilderness and that birthed by Jesus Christ of Nazareth when His side was pierced and blood and water flowed from Him. From Adam and Eve through the life of Jesus and on into modern times, black and dark-skinned people have formed the foundation of the church, and the vital parts they have played should be recognized.
Uplifting and informative, this Bible study explores the contributions of black and dark-skinned people to the Church over the course of its history.