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    Caels rift with Bobby Douglas and his problems with Blacks are going to present difficulties at Penn State. It is hard to hide from the teachings of those you consider to be living Prophets of God and leaders of the Only True Church on the face of the Earth. Teachings in place for well over a Century that Blacks are the seed of Cain and American Indians are really the descendants of Jewish immigrants to the Americas and are cursed with a 'skin of blackness' becaue they are 'loathesome' and lazy.

    How would you feel having a visitor to your home knowing the reality of his Churches teachings included those below?
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    Joseph Smith stated the following:
    "For instance, the descendants of Cain cannot cast off their skin of blackness, at once, and immediately, although every soul of them should repent, obey the Gospel, and do right from this day forward. . . . Cain and his posterity must wear the mark, which God put upon them; and his white friends may wash the race of Cain with fuller?s soap every day, they cannot wash away God?s mark; The Lamanites, through transgression, became a loathsome, ignorant and filthy people, and were cursed with a skin of darkness ? yet, they have the promise, if they will believe, and work righteousness, that not many generations shall pass away before they shall become a white and delightsome people; but it will take some time to accomplish this at best"
    Source: The Latter-Day Saints Millennial Star, vol. 14, p. 418

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    Tenth LDS President Joseph Fielding Smith wrote, "It was well understood by the early elders of the Church that the mark which was placed on Cain and which his posterity inherited was the black skin. The Book of Moses informs us that Cain and his descendants were black" (The Way to Perfection, p.107).

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    The mark of a black skin would be of great importance to the LDS member for it would be the telltale sign as to who was and who was not qualified for celestial exaltation. In his book The Church and the Negro, Assistant church historian John Lund wrote, "It marked Cain as the father of the Negroid race. It also acted as a sign of protection for Cain and set his seed apart from the rest of Adam's children so there would be no intermarriage."

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    Brigham Young taught a much greater extreme. In a sermon given on March 8, 1863, Young stated, "Shall I tell you the law of God in regard to the African race? If the white man who belongs to the chosen seed mixes his blood with the seed of Cain, the penalty, under the law of God, is death on the spot. This will always be so" (Journal of Discourses, 10:110).

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    third LDS President John Taylor stated that it was God's plan to allow the seed of Cain to remain on the earth in order for the devil to be properly represented. On August 28, 1881, he declared, "And after the flood we are told that the curse that had been pronounced upon Cain was continued through Ham's wife, as he had married a wife of that seed. And why did it pass through the flood? Because it was necessary that the devil should have a representation upon the earth as well as God" (Journal of Discourses 22:304).

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    Mormons were taught that even though Blacks could never be exalted and become Gods, they could enter the celestial kingdom. In his Race Problems as they Affect the Church Apostle Mark. E. Peterson said, in a talk given to the student body at Brigham Young University, "If that Negro is faithful all his days, he can and will enter the celestial kingdom. He will go there as a servant, but he will get a celestial resurrection."

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    Default Re: Cael's religion hurts him in recruiting and coaching

    So you're trying to tell me that every mormon ever is racist?
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    Cael must have recruited Jerome Ward sight unseen then...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    Cael must have recruited Jerome Ward sight unseen then...
    In Caels defense there's not a name that is more stereotypically Caucasian than "Jerome."
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    You've got a point, him making a mistake like that is definitely conceivable then.

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    Default Re: Cael's religion hurts him in recruiting and coaching

    But remember he released bubba jenkins, watch out now.

    But seriously I have never heard what cael truly believes so I dont think you can pin anything on him especially him being a racist

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    If Cael hated black people so much, why would he have gone to wrestle for Douglas in the first place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustyshackleford View Post
    If Cael hated black people so much, why would he have gone to wrestle for Douglas in the first place?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zzyzx View Post
    Caels rift with Bobby Douglas and his problems with Blacks
    Why don't you just go whole hog and call them "the Coloreds"? You're the type who seems to understand nuance, so don't limit yourself to just "Blacks".

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