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sadiesmom 2008/07/06 20:55:15
Middle Eastern in coloring
Blond, blue eyed, of course!
African in coloring
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  • G-Rod 2009/08/27 04:57:20
    None of the above
    G-Rod
    At the end of the day it matters not. What truly matters is the message the Savior had to offer the world.
  • harrypotterpwns 2009/07/18 02:06:06
    Middle Eastern in coloring
    harrypotterpwns
    Thats kinda the whole point of ISRAEL!
  • y so serious 2009/05/05 06:46:53
    Middle Eastern in coloring
    y so serious
  • driley 2008/12/15 06:05:35
    Middle Eastern in coloring
    driley
    Why wouldn't he be?
  • BillHill "In God We Trust" 2008/12/13 22:19:54
    Middle Eastern in coloring
    BillHill  "In God We Trust"
    It's not what He was..........It's what HE is...........
  • someshortkid17 2008/12/13 21:15:59 (edited)
    Middle Eastern in coloring
    someshortkid17
    he was also jewish so all yall people hating on jews you might wanna think twice
    jesus sees and knows all we do and say jewish yall people hating jews wanna jesus sees
  • diaverde08-AmericanKilljoy 2008/12/12 23:04:55
    Middle Eastern in coloring
    diaverde08-AmericanKilljoy
    +1
    and Jewish.
  • Suzanni 2008/12/12 06:23:40
    None of the above
    Suzanni
    +1
    Jesus simply said is best..."I AM"
  • sadiesmom Suzanni 2008/12/12 19:24:12
    sadiesmom
    +1
    We all can say that, no??
  • Suzanni sadiesmom 2008/12/12 20:27:25
    Suzanni
    +1
    YES!!!!
  • AerialRach "In Dog We Trust" 2008/12/12 05:58:12
    Middle Eastern in coloring
    AerialRach "In Dog We Trust"
    +1
    ...although how are we to know for sure...and he may not have existed.
  • sadiesmom AerialR... 2008/12/12 19:23:58
    sadiesmom
    +1
    He existed, my opinion, of course..but, was he who they've made him out to be??
  • G-Rod sadiesmom 2009/08/27 04:50:41
    G-Rod
    Absolutely. Why would they have any reason to lie? Let's not forget that all of the Apostles who followed Christ and wrote his gospel were executed for their claims. Now, most people will die for their beliefs, even if what they believe is wrong. How many people do you know are willing to die for something they know is a lie?
  • Rondolce 2008/12/12 03:42:13
    Middle Eastern in coloring
    Rondolce
    +1
    He was a First Century Semite
  • sadiesmom Rondolce 2008/12/12 04:06:02
    sadiesmom
    +1
    Actually, some are now saying he was born in 2 B.C. on June 17th...so...he could be older...depends on what your think and believe.
  • Rondolce sadiesmom 2008/12/12 04:12:14
    Rondolce
    A couple of years either way doesn't make much difference.
  • Rondolce sadiesmom 2008/12/12 04:12:18
    Rondolce
    A couple of years either way doesn't make much difference.
  • iPwn 2008/12/12 02:27:33
    African in coloring
    iPwn
  • justmehere 2008/12/12 01:57:15
    Middle Eastern in coloring
    justmehere
    +1
    and a carpenter
  • vote mobile lady time to CYA 2008/12/12 01:41:04
    Middle Eastern in coloring
    vote mobile lady time to CYA
    +3
    I am not positive but it certainly makes sense.
  • PigsOnSoma 2008/12/12 01:22:33
    Middle Eastern in coloring
    PigsOnSoma
    +3
    Uhh... I didn't actually see him, but I would guess he was semitic.
  • YourObamaUpdate.com 2008/12/12 00:31:28
    Middle Eastern in coloring
    YourObamaUpdate.com
  • Körïnthïän 2008/09/16 08:26:58
    Blond, blue eyed, of course!
    Körïnthïän
    +7
    Whatever his color, he lacked magical powers. But if media gets to decide he's absolutely white as snow.
  • Don - K.M.R.I.A. 2008/09/16 07:23:11 (edited)
    Middle Eastern in coloring
    Don - K.M.R.I.A.
    +5
    Last I saw and read, Jesus of Nazareth was a Jew/Semite/whatever you want to call it.

    While Semites come in all shapes, sizes, and colors, chances are, he looked like an average man from Judea.
    As a result, I'm pretty certain he wasn't Germanic, or African, or Asian in his features of skin tone.
  • Körïnthïän Don - K... 2008/09/16 08:38:56
    Körïnthïän
    +4
    Ah, but what color is God? I'm pretty sure he's asian. Remember that Jesus was half-deity and half-adulteress.
  • YourOba... Körïnthïän 2008/12/12 00:32:30
    YourObamaUpdate.com
    +5
    now don't get em started K :)
  • Körïnthïän YourOba... 2008/12/12 00:36:18
    Körïnthïän
    +4
    I'm going to take a guess and say that god is transparent.
  • Live Fr... Körïnthïän 2008/12/12 00:44:58 (edited)
    Live Free Or Die
    +2
    No, and this is where scientists sometimes get confused. They think they can explain that which can't be seen. I had one run away from me the other day when I told him you could possibly get science to measure love in some physical way, but you could never get a true scientific measurement because you can't "see" it, you can only know it.
  • PigsOnSoma Live Fr... 2008/12/12 01:24:32
    PigsOnSoma
    +3
    I would argue the point with you. After all we only feel temperature.
  • Live Fr... PigsOnSoma 2008/12/12 01:31:24
    Live Free Or Die
    +1
    That's true, but it can be measured and is a property of something physical taking place, sun activity and other markers. There is always the possibility that science may one day be able to "measure" love. As it is, science is working towards being able to read minds. Maybe one day they will be able to "read" love and measure it in the physical world. But love is like a thought. They might be able to unscramble the Morse Code, but it doesn't change what it is outside of that, and it is something. You just can't measure it in the physical world. That's my thought anyway.
  • PigsOnSoma Live Fr... 2008/12/12 01:37:05
    PigsOnSoma
    +2
    Temperature can be measured by a tool we are familiar with. Maybe we can't measure love just yet - but we can measure heart rate when falling in love - we can measure pheromone and testosterone levels. Though it would be tough finding in love volunteers to be test subjects, I imagine.
  • Live Fr... PigsOnSoma 2008/12/12 01:42:42
    Live Free Or Die
    +1
    We have measured love; physically - heart beats get faster, rush of emotions, seen on brain waves or MRI and other imaging studies.

    We have measured love psychologically; - Patterns of behavior based on certain criteria - genetics + environment.

    We have measured love emotionally; - Moral question for each individual.

    But we cannot "see" love - it is something unto itself; it exists beyond that which we can see, like thoughts do. This is why scientists can never come to any specific conclusion on whether or not we have "free will" despite all the evidence to the contrary.
  • PigsOnSoma Live Fr... 2008/12/12 01:50:50
    PigsOnSoma
    +3
    But we do know that women are not attracted to men who smell similar to their male family members, as with boys and their female family members. So there is something preprogrammed in us from the start. I wouldn't be surprised if on a very complex level there is a formula that attracts us. Children we automatically love when they are born - I would say this is also preprogrammed. (Otherwise we'd be ditching those crying little bundles of joy more frequently).
  • Live Fr... PigsOnSoma 2008/12/12 02:10:32 (edited)
    Live Free Or Die
    +1
    And I agree, but it's still a measurement of how it occurs, when it occurs, and why it occurs; none of this actually explains what love is. Love applies to two people "in love" yes, but it also aspires to something higher than that, in greater human understanding and compassion. I'm speaking more to the quality of what love is, not so much how or why it occurs.
  • PigsOnSoma Live Fr... 2008/12/12 03:33:20
    PigsOnSoma
    +1
    I see your points, as I said - complex. Of course this is more or less all still conjecture, since we cannot implement such measurements on a higher level (yet).
  • Live Fr... PigsOnSoma 2008/12/12 04:07:19
    Live Free Or Die
    +1
    From a purely scientific perspective, we are a long way off still, though nothing is impossible (I don't think), as long as we're here, and I see the points you made too and agree with you.
  • PigsOnSoma Live Fr... 2008/12/12 04:12:33
    PigsOnSoma
    Nice to chat and disagree with someone who doesn't wish you in hell. :)
  • KirbBrimstone 2008/08/24 17:37:00
    African in coloring
    KirbBrimstone
    +3
    There is just too much evidence supporting this. By the way race is a figment of the mind. It is a poorly man made categorizing system for the one human race.
  • Dennis 2008/08/10 02:00:55
    African in coloring
    Dennis
    +4
    If it matters not what his skin looks like why do we continually depict him as having white skin, blue eyes and blond hair? It would be wonderful if people believed the color of his skin was inconsequential, but obviously this is not the case. The pictorial description of him arguably is that of a white male with European features, a description in stark contrast with that stated in the bible, and I believe therein lies the reason it matters to some what his skin looks like because the concept promotes and maintains the idea of white superiority.
  • mmm 2008/08/03 02:38:54
    African in coloring
    mmm
    +4
    he was afro-asian dumbies not white!!! he wasnt even close to white....white people always trying to claim whats not theres how pathetic....he looked like a dark skinned arab....sort of like present day somali people
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