Flawed reasoning has caused many people--particularly those of African descent--to reject God. They look at the bad example of false Christians such as the European slavers and proceed to reject God, Christianity, and the Judeo-Christian Bible. In reality, the European slavers merely claimed they worshipped God. They demonstrated by their brutality towards those they enslaved that they never adopted Godly qualities. Therefore, they were rejected by God. Concerning such ones, Jesus Christ said the following.

"{15} Be on the watch for the false prophets that come to you in sheep's covering, but inside they are ravenous wolves. {16} by their fruits [meaning their actions] you will recognize them. Never do people gather grapes from thorns or figs from thistles, do they? {17} Likewise every good tree produces fine fruit, but every rotten tree produces worthless fruit. {20} Really, then, by their fruits you will recognize those men." (Matthew 7:15-17, 20)

COMMENTARY: The Judeo-Christian Bible was handed down through the Jews--not through the Europeans. The last book of the Bible was completed in 98 AD or in the 1st century AD. Jesus Christ who was born into a Jewish family established Christianity during the 1st century AD. After his death in 33 AD and the violent persecution of his early disciples by the ROMANS/Europeans, some of those very same Romans became "Christianized" and proceeded to call themselves Roman Catholics.

The Europeans commenced their scramble for Africa in the 15th Century AD or 1,400 years after the completion of the Bible and 1,400 years after the establishment of Christianity by Jesus Christ and his Jewish disciples. In other words, the Europeans who committed human rights violations against people of color were not representative of true Christians and they DID NOT write a single word of scripture in the Judeo-Christian Bible. Therefore, rejecting God, the Bible, and Christianity on their account is a pointless gesture.

BTW: The Bible's authenticity has been proven by the accurate fulfillment of almost 2,000 Bible prophecies, some written centuries before the occurrence of the prophesied events. The fulfillment of many of these prophesies has been confirmed by secular history and archeology--neither of which is affiliated with the Bible.