Black People in the Bible, Randolph Jackson, Vantage Press, New York, 2002.
Trade Paperback, Very Good, Stated First Edition.
Grey glossy covers with multicolor titles and decoration. Bottom corners lightly bumped, toning to top edge and foredge.
From the back cover:
Is the Bible really a chronicle of generations of people, most of whom were people of color? This is the question raised by Randolph Jackson in his book, Black People in the Bible. Extensive research and deductions by the author yield some unconventional answers to this question, especially with regards to Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon, and Jesus and his disciples. Here is a chance for religious readers to see the Bible through a new perspective. Let the author present his case to you.