A Common Origin
As recently as World War II the Red Cross held to the belief that different races of humans had different types of blood (Ashley Montagu, Human Heredity, p.58). The idea was that white people’s blood should not be given to a black person, nor should a black person’s blood be given to an oriental person. We now know that human that though there are different blood types, human blood is human blood regardless if the racial background of the person through whose veins it flows.
is an evangelist of the Church of Christ in Arlington, Texas.