I realize the question that I am going to ask may be controversial. I do not mean to offend. Can a person who hates/cannot stand/does not like Caucasians truly call himself or herself a Christian? I am asking this question because there are people who have that opinion and profess to be Christians. All of the people who were in the Bible were Caucasian. If you have that opinion, wouldn't that mean you hate the people of the Bible? If you hate the people of the Bible, could you call yourself a Christian? What are your opinions?
I don't think it's accurate to say everyone in the Bible was Caucasian. For one, everyone in the Bible is from the Middle Eastern part of the world. As you know, that isn't a strictly Caucasian part of the world; actually, there isn't any type of one person anywhere in the world. I think people have that common misconception because of the way media portrays these people in documentaries and films.
It doesn't matter if you hate Caucasians, African Americans, or any other race of people, hate is hate. I don't think anything about hate is Christian.
Jesus was not white - if you think about where he lived - they also talk about him having Olive Colored skin - not white.
Also, yes even if you hate someone because of their race, religion, sexuality, whatever - you can still call yourself a Christian.
"All of the people who were in the Bible were Caucasian"
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think Jesus was white.