Why stop there…isn’t the Bible laced with covenental Judaic racism…?//He Wants to Save Classics From Whiteness. Can the Field Survive? – The New York Times – 

To critique the racism in one tradition won’t stop there. The Bible is a terrible offender once we decide to be consistent: if we examine the history of Israelitism we can see that what seems to have been intended: a blended double tradition of Indo-European and Semitic cultures into a universal monotheism, became instead, despite the Exile mixmaster combination of Zoroastrian and Semitic versions a ‘racist’ Semitic document preaching the superiority of a given culture of Canaanites. The whole path to monotheism was tragically sabotaged at the start by the covenantal racism of the Israel/Judah world that left the whole novel religion in limbo as the diffusion of its Bible into the Roman/Greek world produced Christianity, which whatever its own tragic flaws moved at once to correct Judaic racism. The hopeless confusion in the whole tradition finds finally its escape hatch via modern secularism and the belated realization that ‘monotheism’ was hopeless both from the start and that the original blending effect of Israelite and Zoroastrian versions never really took off.
The final tragedy in modern Israel is filled with the sadness of an impoverished endgame fighting over a useless patch of desert rendered a terror field of racist prejudices, of all variety, not just the Israelite…

We addressed this set of questions in the previous post. The classics have already collapsed so the issue is moot. But the study of the Greeks finds a new place in the study of the eonic effect whe…

Source: He Wants to Save Classics From Whiteness. Can the Field Survive? – The New York Times – 1848+: The End(s) of History

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