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January 01, 2015

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Charles

Ricky you're missing the point of this blog.
It is to provide proof that Jesus was not
caucasion as is portrayed. We have provided
biblical and scientific proof (click on 'religion' link at top right). If you have proof to the contrary, please provide it. By the way, if half of your family is
Black, that means you have more than 1% Black blood. Based on dna testing and the prevailing rule of thumb, that makes you Black. But obviously you choose to consider yourself otherwise. Thanks for your posting.

Paul Gammariello

First of all, not all white people are racist.I am Italian, and according to you Medditeranean, a term which I would prefer, but the rest of the world sees me as white.
More on topic, Jesus was not black. He was a Palestinian Jew. I have not known a single person who believes that Jesus was blond haired and blue eyed.Jesus was painted with the help of Saint Faustina who Jesus appeared to.Abraham lived in Ur and Caanan, which is in the middle east.The first humans also came from Mesopatamia, not Africa.Christianity is not a "white man's religion" because Jesus was not white, therefore saying it is a white man's religion would make no sense.

Charles

Gammari, thanks or your comments. They seem to be based on emotional anger that Jesus was a man of color. No where on this blog do I say all white people are racists. I would be a racist for saying it. If you are interested in the facts, I suggest you click on my "religion" link at the top right.

mike

Jesus was not black, of Jewish decent he most likely looked similar to any typical middle eastern olive skin person. Not many pictures were painted on the wall on canvas for many reasons: the most important one is that they all (his disiples) thought that the end of time was coming soon. Though Jesus told them even I do not know the time of the end, but look for these signs... yet they were all sure the end was coming very soon, so they didn't bother to write down much or even keep photos.

The most important thing abut Jesus, actually is something organized religion doesnot teach. They go on and on about how he suffered for a few days and unjustly got killed... they all seemed to have missed the big picture... i will make my home in their hearts he says to them, feed a hungry man you fed me, etc... so if he was able to take his spirit and divide it up between all the hungry men, then what are we doing...??? How can we possibly be so cold to each other knowing that one man sacrificed his spirit to reside in all our hearts and yet we each every day give each other a heart ache. Hurt each other so much, and the irony of it all is we also will go and make our home with him, in those same hearts we make suffer. Are we that selfish, or just plain uninteligent or taught wrong? well... love each other, do not cause any heart ache to any other and you are then a Christian. Spirits are timeless so they do not have any matter, therefore, they can neither be black or white or flesh.

j

Jesus was of Middle-Eastern descent so it makes sense that Jesus was neither Black nor white but more likely the color of others of Middle-Eastern descent. But who cares what "color" he is, that doesn't change who he is or what he has done.

BlackJesuscom

J you miss the point of this blog. While you
say "Who Cares?" CNN, Newsweek and Time care
enough to show Jesus as white, blond and blue eyed on a annual basis. As for what people in the Middle East looked like; those
in the desert of Jerusalem, where Jesus grew up where Black (dark skin). Thanks for your comments.

Servant

It doesn't matter about what color Jesus was. It matters about who He is and what He came to do. To me all this stuff about if Jesus was black or whatever other color is really irrelevant and is just another stupid attempt by the devil to cause division amongst people. Jesus loved all people regardless because we are all His children. Two things that the Lord wants from all his children 1) Love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your strength, and all your mind & 2) Love your neighbor as yourself. We all have the same measure and God loves us all regardless of race and all that type of stuff. God bless and love to all!!!

Lynn Marie

I've always felt it was impossible for Jesus to have been white It's also true that understanding what He's done for us is more important than if He were pink or blue. To me it was kind of like the "Hitler theory" and people just didn't stop and think. It's so nice to have someone speak truth..
a/k/a white woman who speaks truth

shevot

we'll ur site is very interesting. i am a black woman and i must say that i do not agree that jesus was black or white but he was a jew just as the bible states. as you may well know jews in israel fit the description as jesus with copper skin and wooly hair. i agree that he is not portrayed properly with the blue eyes, white skin, and long flowing light brown or blonde hair. jesus looked like an ethnic semitic jew, not an ashkenaz (european) jew. but white he was not. it is really irrelevant though because anyone who follows his teachings would not be focused on his skin.

Tony Barlow

Hey Charles, your site has inspired me to modify the Jesus tattoo I am getting to make him black. If you email me I'll make sure I send you a photo of the tattoo once completed.

Best,
Tony

Travis

www.myspace.com/romeo_onelove

yes jesus could have been black... but people and many others; begin to become blinded, when the importance of race or coloring becomes a relevant matter.

when it concerns christ... all that matters is LOVE.

you the people blinded by your own haze rally for pro-peace AND pro-negativity.. it is corrupt to dwell so vividly on the negative matters of existence... dwelling on that which is negative, only puts more negativity before you. which is why one should always dwell on light, love, peace, and truth.

as of this black jesus thing going on here, it is sadening to see that to the people the color of his skin, his race, even matter.

what have we become?

for this is why there is an end at hand... 1,237 days from now.

there are 6 billion+ humans on the surface of mother earth in this very moment... but before the time is at hand, there shall be left; only 1.9 billion+ humans.

drop your wicked blind and feeble ways...
and reinherit the awareness and knowledge of your hearts. for in your heart god, the source, the creator, the destroyer, the almighty supreme one and only, waits.. for you. His children to reunite with him. for it is written. until ye become as little children thou shall not be welcome or find peace in the kingdom of heaven.

www.myspace.com/romeo_onelove

I have come to this place in this second, minute, hour, day, week, month, moment in time for a reason.

may that reason be clarified unto all that passeth my words embedded with light.


LOVE, LIGHT, PEACE, TRUTH, and ETERNAL SOUND

Rudy

Christ was not black. Nor was He white. He is Jewish. Of the Tribe of Judah. He is not from Africa.

He probably was a dark olive color. Similar to arabs. He was not white, with blonde hair and blue eyes and hair like a woman. But He wasnt black either. The Scriptures you have used are taken out of context. Revelation is an apocalyptical book. With metaphoric imagery. NOTE that the hair is not the same texture and feel as wool, but WHITE like wool. This pictures Christ's wisdom and purity. The same is said of the Father in Daniel 7:9. His feet as burnished bronze is to show that He suffered. He has walked through the flames of trial and tribulation. In any case, its imagery. Not literal. Jeremiah 14:2 isnt saying the people were africans or negroid. It is saying that they mourn, putting on saccloth, which is what the Jews did to mourn. "They are negroid unto the ground" makes no sense textually. And Lamentations 5:10 their skin became black as if burned. It was an effect that made their skin black, thus they are not initially black. A better rendering of the Hebrew terms is "Our skin is black like an oven, Because of the burning heat of famine". You are taking Scripture out of context and twisting it to teach false doctrines. Again, I AGREE that Christ WAS NOT a White Man. But He WAS NOT a Black Man either. As most say, the color of His skin doesnt matter. But if we are honest, Christ is neither white nor black. But Jewish. a darker complexion, yes. But not black.

Charles

Rudy your angry reaction to this blog exemplifies why I launched it.

It is obvious in the face of historical and biblical facts that most Caucasians like yourself who are geographically ignorant of where Jerusalem and Egypt are located
refuse to investigate and read about the original Black Jews and therefore you won't accept the truth.

For Starters, most historians would assume that in the part of the world where Jesus lived, people would be darker skinned. In addition one must consider the biblical passage written by Matthew:

2:13 And when they were departed, behold, the angel of the Lord appeareth to Joseph in a dream, saying, Arise, and take the young child and his mother, and flee into Egypt, and be thou there until I bring thee word: for Herod will seek the young child to destroy him.

It is unlikely that Jesus, Joseph and Mary would have been able to be hidden in a land of the darker skinned Egyptians if they were Caucasian.

Rudy if you are willing to face the truth,
please investigate what the Egyptians really looked like. And in your quite moments the truth will come to you and maybe you will let go of your angry thought that Jesus for you could be anything else but Black.

Eric

I am a caucasion Baptist male. I believe Jesus was neither white nor black and was possibly both, being a Jew while walking on this earth. But that's not what is so important. I believe his spirit's color is more important than his earthly package. That's right. I believe all of our spirits are the same color when we get to Heaven. Race will not matter. We will be the same. There is only one race - the Human race. No black, white, yellow, brown, red, green, purple, etc. It won't matter, so why should it matter now? The stories and lessons contained in God's Holy Word apply to everyone, not just white people, or black, or whatever color you wish to identify yourself. God does not see color, only character, and so should we. We are one in the Spirit. Amen. <><

Charles

Eric, you are avoiding the facts. I'm sure that you agree, facts do matter in life and religion. Despite this false Caucasian image for centuries being presented throughout the world, its was never an issue until biblical research and modern science has proven otherwise.

Now some good Christian people like your self are saying, why should it matter. It matters when there are people who in refusing to face the truth created the lie in the first place. And those like yourself who are uncomfortable with the truth, would rather believe the lie.

There is no question that God's word applies to everyone regardless of color.Sadly there are those who still falsely believe that God hold's some in more esteem than others based on skin color. Remember slave holders, in the name of their Christianity, believed it was their divine, God given
right to have slaves.


Thank you for your honest comments.

Eric

I am posting more food for thought. Are Tiger Woods, Barack Obama, and others of color just black? No, they are a combination of colors that makes them an entire new race altogether. We are all of mixed heritage except for some who purer bloodlines than others. The only pure black people are in Africa. As for caucasions like me, there is no such thing as a pure caucasion.

Charles

Eric I don't quit understand the point you're trying to make within the context of this site. But let's look at what you're saying. Barack Obama says he's Black because that's his point of reference and his life experience. That's also why he chose to marry a beautiful Black women.


Tiger Woods by all of his words and actions
wants to be viewed as anything but Black. But Barack says, "If I was on a street corner trying to hale a cab, there would be no doubt what the cab drivers would consider me. This would also be the case with Tiger if he were honest with himself.


Most Black families, including my own, have Black family members who represent the skin color and hair spectrum. These are vestiges of slavery. But all see themselves as Black.

Being Black is not just a color, it is a point of reference. How you see yourself. If Jesus were alive today, he to would have a hard time getting a cab because by all
biblical and scientific proof, he too would be viewed as Black.

Tinika

I must say that I know and believe that Jesus is black. In the new testament of the bible in in several different books states something about him being black. I think that most people are afraid of the truth or just don't wanna know the truth. I am coptic and we believe that Jesus is a black man. I have had many people to tell me that he is not black and really try to convince me that Jesus did not have a color. But could not explain to me what the verse means , like in the first chapter of (Revelation 1:14) His hair was like wool. Than I had many to say well he was a Jew ok there are black Jews as well. I pray that people will get the desire to want know the truth.

owen

"Good Times clip is awesome",alot of comedy from that era isn't as funny today,but Good Times is different what great TV.The Black Jesus clip was great comedy..still after 30 years it made me laugh..

Ellie Johnson

Im looking to speak with the creator of this site. I love the work you do and I am also activly progressing the work. Please contact me asap! I have artwork of Black Jesus and would like to link to your site! Please take a look at one of my sites

Here you can purchase black jesus tshirts and other "urban inspirational" shirts

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I also have a site that artwork of BLACK JESUS can be purchased!
Thanks for all you do!

Have a blessed day

Ellie

richard whitmire

Of course Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour,
the son of God is black! And this is a white Preacher telling you this!Yes, the Christ is Black! Deal with it!Not only is Jesus black, but so was Adam and Eve and most, though not all personalities of the bible!Surprised? You should not be! When Christianity was brought from Africa to Europe, no one at that time had a problem with the fact that Christ is black. Over the centuries, Christ was "changed" to a white man by the european religious figures to fit their idea of what he shoud be. After all, they did not want the masses worshipping a black man! I know Christ is black, not think he is.NOTICE THE IS. HE IS STILL BLACK AS HE WAS WHEN HE WAS WALKING THIS EARTH. CHRIST NEVER CHANGES! The truth will be revealed to all at his coming. You will see the Black Christ in his glory on the clouds!
I could go on forever, but to what end? if you seek the Lord on this matter earnestly, he will reveal the truth to you!I am as i said a white preacher located in Louisiana.
Concerns or questions? Let me know. I can go into much greater detail. I love all of you in the Lord. Reverend Richard Whitmire, New Horizion Ministries.
I AM A PRISONER OF CHRIST.
I AM A WHITE PREACHER WHO SERVES OUR BLACK LORD! PRAISE AND GLORY BE TO GOD AND HIS SON!

shakeena

this is very deep. i cant believe i been lie to my whole life.

Hektor

In addition to agreeing that Zephaniah was Black, some read King Solomon's lyrical prose in The Songs of Solomon and conclude that he, too, was a Black man and that this song-like book was devoted to his relationship with the Queen of Sheba. - that is questionable reasoing so i cant accept that argument as to why Jesus was black

"Jesus was definitely a person of color. He was not Anglo or White, but that doesn't mean that he was Black either," adds Dr. Weems, who sees the benefit of dialogue on Blacks in the Bible as long as it does not lead to ethnic chauvinism. - this is exactly my point of view. Jesus was not white, but he probably wasn't black. but we don't want the race of Jesus to lead to ethic chauvinism, which sadly has occurred in some places of the world--typically the midwest. it is unfortunate that those people feel the way that they feel, but like a muslim said on here, Jesus was semetic, yet that does not matter for he was much more than his race. I am not going to argue if he was the son of God or a prophet because we are all entitled to our beliefs, and anyone can believe that he was in fact black but looking through what has been discussed on this site by numerous people, it seems highly unlikely that he was black, but it has definitely been proven that he was not white.

Eeeh

I'm sorry, but does the race of Jesus even bare any actual significance? Spiritually, Jesus is of no particular race. That was merely the form that he took on in the physical world, our world. Nothing more than a physical manifestation to communicate God's word. I do not believe that Jesus took on the physical form of white color or black color. It is not one or the other and most people simply think that dark skin automatically means black and if you aren't dark-skinned, you're white.

This is far from the truth. People of Middle-Eastern decent, including the birthplace of Jesus Christ, are not necessarily considered black but obviously have darker skin than white people but lighter skin than black people. I really think it is being blown out of proportion. The primary reason that Jesus is propagandized as being of white decent is merely because Christianity saw it's largest spread in countries that were primarily white. Artists in these countries naturally sculpted and painted Jesus the way they knew, in the form of a white man. The same was done with saints and angels. This art obviously fueled the stereotypical depiction of Jesus being white in modern day society. Because it is white-majority countries who were raised seeing pictures and sculptures of Jesus being white that often preached and traveled more-so than other countries.

I do not believe in any way that it is something of racial significance that led to the depiction of Jesus being white. I think it is merely how it has been seen for a very long time due to our ancestors improper depictions. They had never seen Jesus and most of them knew very little other than what they had been taught by foreigners who spoke with broken English (or other languages). So in short, I believe Jesus was merely middle-eastern and had the typical darkly tinted skin that you often see in that area of the world. Furthermore, I do not believe that Jesus was purposefully depicted as being white for the purpose of racial segregation or racial stereotyping. You may also say that it could be due to what little influence Christianity has on the African continent. Very few people in Africa are Christian and that obviously led to people with white heritage ensuring that the idea of Jesus be known abroad and that has led to a minor misconception in his physical appearance which holds very little significance in the first place.

I'd like for us all to just agree that God and Jesus have blessed those who believe in them and their grace and that so long as the heavenly father holds no grudge against a particular race, we have no right to either. God blesses all of his children equally.

richard

All I know and understand is that Jesus was a jew as the jews were God's first people, I am neither black or white but a child of the most high,we should not fall into the trap as others who try to bring God down to our level by making him like us, he came down to make us like him.We must be transformed, renewed, reborn, not him. He already came down so that we would rise up.
Thank you

adeen

I agree with this post 100% I am sixteen years old and I think that Jesus was Black. the Bible will tell you that too! Jesus had wooly hair and burned skin and Revelation said so! I read the Bible and all the Isaelites were Black Africans! Whites didn't come in the Bible until the Romans came and enslaved the Israelits. The Romans were Whites. There is no way that Jesus was ever White but he was a Black Jew.

edwardo modandos

i believe jesus was black'where ever you see a person with black hair that is a black person because this are inharitant gyns from our ancestors. this clarify black jesus.

Joel ben Israel

People would always debate Jesus Christ being black, whites as well as our own people. The white image of Christ which really is ceaser borgias of rome has destroyed our people to the point our people will defend the so called white race (which is really the edomites descendants from Esau)in the black holocaust destroying our people literally and spiritually. The reason why they debate the image of Christ is because if Christ is black then that would make the so called jewish people impostures. In fact the jews claiming to be jews are not according to rev 2:9 and rev 3:9. The true biblical Israelites are the so called blacks, so called Hispanics and so called Native American Indians. For breaking God's laws it was prophesied that we would go into slavery according Deuteronomy 28:15-68 We have a website WWW.ISRAELUNITE.ORG where we show through the bible and archeology that we are the true Israelite and we are in the midst of the restoration period of the twelve tribes awakening back to our true identity.

Joel ben Israel

http://israelunite.org/?p=1916 the biblical image of Christ in the scriptures. Christ would be considered an so called African American in modern times. The blacks in America are from the tribe of Judah just like Christ. See the biblical messiah reveal on our website. The twelve tribes of Israel broken down which are the so called blacks Hispanics and native American Indians.

Joel ben Israel

The bible has been destroyed through religion. All through out the scriptures it talks about the twelve tribes of Israel being oppressed and going from one captivity to another as a people. The religion Christianity and Catholicism forced on our people in slavery to worship the image of the beast according to rev 13:15 (which is ceaser borgias of rome)and forced on us christianity.God never gave religion he gave laws to the twelve tribes. The question is who are the twelve tribes of Israel come check out our website which proves without a doubt that the twelve tribes are the children of the 1492 slave trade which are the so called Hispanics and so called Native American Indians as well as the Negroes in the 1619 transatlantic slave trade. This history has been kept from us to keep us from our true identity as the biblical Israelite. http://israelunite.org/who-i-am

Joel ben Israel

Here is the true identity of the twelve tribes of Israel. It was prophesied in Jeremiah 17:4 And though even, even thyself, shalt discontinue from our heritage that I gave thee;and I will cause thee to serve thine enemies in the land which thou knowest not: for ye have kindled a fire in mine anger, which shall burn forever. Our true heritage has been discontinued from our true biblical names. We are the only people in history which had their identities completely changed as well as their language. JUDAH- American Blacks
BENJAMIN- West Indian Blacks
LEVI- Haitians
SIMEON- Dominicans
ZEBULON- Black Indians Guatemala to Panama(Mayans)
EPHRAIM- Puerto Ricans
MANASSEH- Cubans
GAD- Native-American Indians
REUBEN- Seminole Indians
ASHER- Columbia to Uruguay (Incas)
ISSACHAR- Mexicans (Aztecs)
NAPTHALI- Argentina/Chile
http://israelunite.org/the-two-kingdoms-of-israel

Jarrad

Jesus was born in Bethlehem. His parents were jewish. He was sent to be a servant . It was said that he appeared to me average in appearance, like the common man. JESUS WAS A JEW. Period how you think he is of African descent is beyond me . Open your bibles and read.

Black Jesus.com

Jarrad,
Your angry denial does not refute the facts I have presented here under the link "Proof BlackJesus." Obviously you refuse to take the time to read.

If you have facts to the contrary, present them. Oviously your response posed here is based solely on your false belief that Jesus could be anything else than white. Hopefully your level of belief is not based solely on skin color.

Joyce W

I have just stumbled upon this fascinating site. I am a white Christian, but I am open to the idea that Jesus could have been a black man. I have also heard the intriguing legend that the original Israelites were black.

It doesn't matter to me what colour he was. When Jesus said 'I and my father are one and the same and ye are all my brethren, these things I do, you can do also, and much more, if you have but the faith of a mustard seed, say to the mountain move, and it will move, only believe and it shall be so.' His message could not have been clearer. We are all God's children, regardless of race, colour, or creed, and when we judge each other, hate each other, persecute and kill each other and dare to say we do it in his name, that must surely break his heart. For Jesus also said, 'Love one another, as I have loved you.' Maybe we should give that a try, instead of falling out over incidental details of race and colour.

By the way, does anybody out there know anything about the beliefs of the Thomas Christians of Goa? Apparently, St Thomas settled in Goa around 22 years after Jesus death on the cross and when the Portuguese missionaries turned up in the fifteenth century, they were horrified to find the locals practicing a form of Christianity that differed greatly from mainstream catholic teachings and a lot of the original manuscripts dating back to the time of Thomas were burned, along with any poor souls convicted of so-called 'heresy'. I would love to know what the differences in their beliefs were and why they provoked such a reaction. Does anyone have any ideas?

Ed Logan

I'm going to make a comment even though I know it will be deleted. I am white, and I was raised to be accepting of all people regardless of the color of their skin, and not to judge anyone by their appearance. Why then is it so important what color Jesus was? Why does it even matter. Perhaps the reason we don't have any likenesses of Jesus is because God didn't want us to bicker over what color he was. This way he could belong to all races.

I find a lot of the comments on this site very racist. For instance, "Most white people see Jesus and God as white and this empowers them." This is hateful language. It portrays the white person as always the bad guy. It is not true. The reason white Americans portray Jesus as white is because that is the way his image has been handed down to us through countless generations, going back to medieval times and all the way back to the time of Christ. And perhaps Jesus was portrayed as white to white Europeans because that was the image that they assumed was true, and because they found it easiest to relate to. Whatever the case, whoever was responsible for producing the very first images of Christ were probably working on assumption, rather than knowledge, since Jesus had probably been long dead and there was no record of his actual appearance. I find a lot of the rhetoric on this site harmful to people of all races, because it does not address the issue as Jesus would have wanted it addressed, with love and kindness. The truth is, if you wish to see Jesus as Black, that is fine. If you wish to see him as white or Asian or whatever you wish to see him, that should be fine. He was after all, "Everyman", and representative of all of us. So go ahead and delete, if that is what you wish to do.

BlackJesus.com

Ed your missing the most important reason for this site and that's to reveal the biblical and scientific truth that's been hidden, overlooked and denied. What you or I think about what we would like Jesus to look like really doesn't matter. The facts stand on their own merits.

It seems to me you would rather not have the facts presented, but the truth always matters. What is truly hateful is that the truth that Jesus was a dark skin man with wooly continues to be denied. That's why I have presented the facts here. If you have any facts to the contrary, please present them. Peace.

P.S. How did you arrive at this site, if you
weren't wondering what is the truth yourself?
Now that you've found it do you love a dark
skin Jesus or the people that look like him any less?
And not as long as your remarks aren't bigoted,
as some are, I won't delete them.

beverly ann fontenot

of course jesus was "black" or at the most had brown skin, curly hair ("wooly"), and most likely non-caucasian features. The five rivers which locate the garden of eden are not to be found north of the mediterrean sea; but, east-the euphrates to west ancient ethiopia/cush/and later ancient egypt.

Minister Sams

Yes Jesus could have been black while he walked the earth but that wouldn't make me hate my other brothers and sisters of different races. Jesus is in his glorified state (spirit ) and we worship Him in spirit and in truth. I do believe he was black when he walked the earth. But using history to learn my roots not to be divided. Love you all In Jesus name. Amen

tom

Jesus was a composite of many characters, a personified and literally taken form of older belief systems,- that in their many forms have been appropriated by many different peoples, sometimes in indulgently remodeled forms. But please don't perpetuate this by trying to appropriate his concept.. lest i remind you how many, millions of white people have suffered, been oppressed and indeed burned alive under the blue eyed gaze of a white Jesus.

BlackJesus.com

So you have proved my point Tom, the lie of white Jesus has been a detriment and a curse to all of humanity. The purpose of this blog is to shine a global light on this lie and to call for truth.

Austin Inyang

I have been enlightened by most of the posts here. A wise soul once said, 'Though the Bible teaches that God created man in his image and likeness, over the centuries man (because of his desire to justify his wickedness and inhumanity towards his fellow man) has succeeded in creating God in own image and likeness.' I am a Christian and Black, and while it is plausible that Jesus may have been black, the argument over his race is a huge distraction from the central issue of who he was and his message to mankind. Politicising Jesus will breed division, not salvation. Let us focus on - and live true to - his exhortation to love our God and our neighbour as we love ourselves. Leave these arguments to extremists and racists.

BlackJesus.com

Austin while I appreciate your concern, the purpose of this blog is to present truth. I find it interesting that most white Christians never doubted or questioned the appearance of Jesus being in their own image, despite the biblical and scientific facts to the contrary, yet many Black Christians like yourself say why does it matter.

If maintaining the lie matters to them why doesn’t the truth matter to you. The truth my friend always matters.

Most slave masters who considered us less than human went to church on Sunday. and prayed to white Jesus.

What you fail to understand is that this lie is at the heart of white supremacy. If a man doesn’t stand for something, he will fall for anything.

isaiah israel

wow what a bunch of psycho babble is this im hearing hes not white but not black either well what color was heeeeeeee he had to have had some type of color and besides coming from the middle east as i have read doesnt reflect that he was black get the f back the middle east is in AFRICAaaaaaaaa anyone school age kid can tell u that and to top it off JOSEPHUS saw the man Jesus and stated what he looked liked lil over 5 feet tall sscrawny pint size of a man with dark skin and wooly hair and beard....what more proof does one need

isaiah israel

besides the image of a white jesus was done so that WHITE PEOPLE could see GOD in themselves they couldnt do that with a Blk GOD and so with time the replaced the blk image with that of caesar borgia who was used to be the image of the white JESUS this man caesar borgia was a homosexual murderer and son of a POPE including the fact that before the change all of the images of jesus and not just some but all were blk including the mother and father besides this only the pope prays to a BLK jesus and virgen mary whose story is based on the isis horus osiris myth from egypt there are a lot of metaphysical references from the story that people JUST DONT GET and this is due to white people not having a full understanding of the book of the dead and other writings that were written by spiritually aware blk men and women the white man has brought nothing to this world but death and destruction to the four corners of the world

David

He is the son of GOD, to argue over what skin tone he had is absurdly counterproductive, thats like arguing what nationality GOD himself is and why it even matters is sad beyond measure. I always imagined Jesus as an olive-skinned Jewish man, lets say that he isn't black, would that stop you from believing in him? If you have to apply racial prejudices into believing in Jesus then Im sorry to say you have missed the point of everything he preached altogether and you'll benefit from removing hatred from your heart because it is blinding you from seeing all the beauty in this world. Peace.

BlackJesus.com

David why would you think it's racist to present the facts that Jesus was anything else but white, blond and blue eyed and its not racist that the truth has been hidden and denied? If Jesus skin color didn't matter, why has a false Caucasian image been distributed all over the world. As a true Christian that you present your self to be, why wouldn't you want the truth?

Earle Allen

IF Jesus was the SON of GOD AND was BLACK then reasoning shows us GOD TOO MUST BE BLACK ! think about it !

Ibrahim

According to primary Muslim/Islamic sources Jesus was BLACK SKINNED

حَدَّثَنَا أَحْمَدُ بْنُ مُحَمَّدٍ الْمَكِّيُّ قَالَ سَمِعْتُ إِبْرَاهِيمَ بْنَ سَعْدٍ قَالَ حَدَّثَنِي الزُّهْرِيُّ عَنْ سَالِمٍ عَنْ أَبِيهِ قَالَ لَا وَاللَّهِ مَا قَالَ النَّبِيُّ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ لِعِيسَى أَحْمَرُ وَلَكِنْ قَالَ بَيْنَمَا أَنَا نَائِمٌ أَطُوفُ بِالْكَعْبَةِ فَإِذَا رَجُلٌ آدَمُ سَبْطُ الشَّعَرِ يُهَادَى بَيْنَ رَجُلَيْنِ يَنْطِفُ رَأْسُهُ مَاءً أَوْ يُهَرَاقُ رَأْسُهُ مَاءً فَقُلْتُ مَنْ هَذَا قَالُوا ابْنُ مَرْيَمَ فَذَهَبْتُ أَلْتَفِتُ فَإِذَا رَجُلٌ أَحْمَرُ جَسِيمٌ جَعْدُ الرَّأْسِ أَعْوَرُ عَيْنِهِ الْيُمْنَى كَأَنَّ عَيْنَهُ عِنَبَةٌ طَافِيَةٌ قُلْتُ مَنْ هَذَا قَالُوا هَذَا الدَّجَّالُ وَأَقْرَبُ النَّاسِ بِهِ شَبَهًا ابْنُ
قَطَنٍ قَالَ الزُّهْرِيُّ رَجُلٌ مِنْ خُزَاعَةَ هَلَكَ فِي الْجَاهِلِيَّةِ

Ibn Umar said, “No! I swear by Allah that the prophet (pbuh) didn’t say that Jesus was light-skinned, but he said ‘While I was asleep, I was walking around the Kaaba when I saw a black-skinned man with kinky hair between two men. I asked who the man was and I was told that he was Isa (Jesus) the son of Meryem.’…”
Bukhari (hadith number 3185)

noah overton

Yes he was of was black bronze is actually blueblack not a brown his true name is yahsuha and gods true name is yahweh

noahoverton

This planet belongs to the black race originally i recommend to get the book of enoch it is a good book the world religious leaders did not want in the bible there are other parts of the bible missing but the american blacks and those in the cribbeans are the seed of isreal or should i say Yisryl those who are in isreal call their selves ireali never isrealites because they know they are not the true people put all of the history together

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