I don't think Jesus was Black but if he was would that change things on your part?I think it might with me?
- j153eLv 71 month ago
If Jesus wasn't prejudiced, it wouldn't change the message, which is Love God completely, colleague as Self, and as I, Christ, Truth, have Loved, and be therefore perfect.
Also, during the Transfiguration His clothes and whole countenance shown like the bright sun on new-fallen snow. So, that's more His real self and color: bright, shining like the sun.
And, He appears to Paul as bright Light.
- Mir QuasemLv 71 month ago
Jesus is Great. Let us avoid such debate on Him.
- Vinegar TasterLv 71 month ago
He wasn't " black " or white !
If he existed at all he was middle eastern just like anyone
else in that area .
Try this web site : www.jesusneverexisted.com
- 1 month ago
Jesus was black. End of. And it wouldn't change anything. He was a great man. He was murdered brutally. In my opinion that is where it ends. Everything that was written after his burial was made up. That's my personal opinion. Don't come for me. I am a Buddhist, but I know Jesus was a real man. I can still respect his memory. But the bible is far to whimsical to be real.
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- Free AdviceLv 61 month ago
He was the average-looking person of his era.
- MarliLv 71 month ago
Jesus was a Jew. Does that change things on your part?
- NunyaLv 51 month ago
It wouldn't change anything with me. Medditeranians, North Africans, and Middle easterners are probably the average of what Jesus would have looked like. Of course, the middle east looked different before 600 AD.
- keyjonaLv 71 month ago
What he said is more important than how he looked.
- TerrellLv 51 month ago
Of course it would. You’re only comfortable worshipping a dead white man on a stick who’s a criminal named Caesar Borgia.
- Anonymous1 month ago
It makes no sense.Source(s): Greek Orthodox Christian