roofis wit a gold toofis

Marina, CA

#142 Sep 25, 2009
jeebus was black........oh lawwdy!
Muzamil

Suwanee, GA

#143 Oct 30, 2009
Jesus (Isa Alehya Salam) was black. You all need to do a little research on khazars and germany. real jews are black.

Song of Solomon (Root of the Christ) says I am bLACK
Twisted Rick 316

Rio Linda, CA

#144 Nov 4, 2009
Yes, I truly believe that Jesus would have been black if he had existed in the Middle East because only black people lived in the Middle East due to the constant hot climate. In my opinion, I dont think there ever was a man by the name of Jesus Christ. According to history, Philo Judaeus, a Jewish historian and philosopher who lived during the time of Jesus, made no reference of a miracle worker with that name. Now according to the Talmud, Jesus Christ lived during the sovereignty of king Alexander Janaus, 150 years before the affirmed time of Jesus of the bible.
Twisted Rick 316

Rio Linda, CA

#145 Nov 5, 2009
Did Jesus Christ exist?
Twisted Rick 316

Rio Linda, CA

#146 Nov 9, 2009
Did Jesus Christ exist or was he created in the minds of religious zealots?

“Why are We here?”

Since: Apr 09

Tobacco Road

#147 Nov 9, 2009
Jesus never existed, and religions were only created so as to foster division and warfare between peoples. Grow up, people. You don't need a religion to tell you what is right and what is wrong. Screw religion!
Twisted Rick 316

Rio Linda, CA

#148 Nov 9, 2009
Krabi wrote:
Jesus never existed, and religions were only created so as to foster division and warfare between peoples. Grow up, people. You don't need a religion to tell you what is right and what is wrong. Screw religion!
Thank you for that brilliant comment, I totally agree with you!
Cio Firewalker

Philippines

#149 Nov 9, 2009
Jesus is colorless.. And who is this Jesus person anyway?

“Why are We here?”

Since: Apr 09

Tobacco Road

#150 Nov 9, 2009
Cio Firewalker wrote:
Jesus is colorless.. And who is this Jesus person anyway?
I don't know because I've never seen him.
Truth

Rocky Mount, NC

#151 Dec 24, 2009
Ok.. lets us use common sense please.. Jesus was a man of color.. look where he came from.. i bet most of you dumb asses up here dont even know that Egypt is in Africa. All life started in Africa.. Everyone started out black.. people then migrated up north to harsher living conditions and started they're own civilizations. they then proceeded to explore the world and lie to everyone to make themselves superior. Historically Europeans/romans/greeks, are liers, and decievers. Read factual information please
Twisted Rick 316

Rio Linda, CA

#153 Dec 29, 2009
It is my opinion that Jesus had a dark olive tone complexion. I don't believe he was white or black. He was most likely of Egyptian descent because he and his parents lived in Egypt at the time of king Herod, of whom wanted to kill baby Jesus because Jesus threatened the authority of king Herod. The fact that they went to live in Egypt probably means that that Jesus was the same skin tone as the Egyptians because they wanted to blend in racially in order to be able to hide from king Herod's hence men.
Twisted Rick 316

Rio Linda, CA

#154 Dec 29, 2009
That's henchman, not hence men. I hope I didn't confuse you?
Sense

Santa Clara, CA

#155 Jan 3, 2010
You should have all been aborted.
Ishrael

Jersey City, NJ

#158 Jan 8, 2010
If Jesus was white he couldnt hide in Egypt very well amoung the dark skinned egyptians. Jesus was born in a region where the people had color. It is more likely Jesus was a black man "Lamentations our skin was BLACK because of the terrible famine". The so-called white race descended from Esua who are the edomites, god said he hates the edomites for what they have done.
shaye

Nottingham, MD

#159 Jan 13, 2010
wow you guys are showing your true colors Jesus was definitely not a white man and he wasn't a black man either. He was a Jew;(look at Israel...do they look white to you?) history shows that the ancient jews had a bronze skin color. Stop claiming him to be some sort of race. Also what's with the racist comments, black monkey? come on Jesus stood for love of all people and if you are trying to claim him to be part of your race so you can feel superior you are going in the total opposite direction of what Christianity stands for. Love thy brother no matter what color.

“"Why do I have to be on top?"”

Since: Aug 09

Triple-double workover rig

#161 Feb 27, 2010
Hmmm,
Let me think about this one...
Okay, the Baby Jesus was born amidst political controversy. The government sent in death squads to kill him, so they murdered every baby boy they could find in his town. But, His Dad and Mom had fled across the river, to a different country, where they worked as illegal aliens until the coast was clear. They came back, but to a different town where nobody knew their history, and His Dad worked as a carpenter so Jesus was also a working man, with sore hands and a tired back like most working men. He started preaching at thirty, and was hated by the government, again, but loved by those He helped, and who heard His words. He preached two basic ideas, Love God with all your heart, and love your neighbor as yourself. For these "radical" ideas, the government thugs beat him, and ultimately killed Him by hanging Him on a wooden cross as an example to anyone who followed his "radical" ideas. He then, comes back from the dead, to the people who knew Him best, and they all realize who He really was all along. His birth, Life, and Death, had been prophesied for a thousand years. His "kingdom" was not a physical one, but a spiritual one, and by His Death and Resurrection, opened up the Doors to the Kingdom of Heaven. So we, who believe in a "radical" Jewish carpenter who was once an illegal alien, can inherit eternal spiritual life, by believing in Him. So here we are, two thousand years down the road, still arguing. Is that about it?
LeeAnn

Wolcott, CT

#162 Mar 5, 2010
Jesus parents came from the north country in Galiee, If Jesus was from that area he would of been olive skinned, also he had a promined Jewish look. Jesus also, was said to be a small man.. Now my question, was Jesus really born on Dec 25th?
Twisted Rick 316

Sacramento, CA

#163 Mar 6, 2010
LeeAnn wrote:
Jesus parents came from the north country in Galiee, If Jesus was from that area he would of been olive skinned, also he had a promined Jewish look. Jesus also, was said to be a small man.. Now my question, was Jesus really born on Dec 25th?
Hell no! December 25th was actually the birthday of the sun God Mithra of whom the affluent Romans of ancient Rome worshipped. In the fourth century, the Catholic Church made December 25th the feast day of the nativity because it came into Christian tradition.
LEE ann

United States

#164 Mar 6, 2010
Twisted Rick 316 wrote:
<quoted text> Hell no! December 25th was actually the birthday of the sun God Mithra of whom the affluent Romans of ancient Rome worshipped. In the fourth century, the Catholic Church made December 25th the feast day of the nativity because it came into Christian tradition.
This is interesting........http://cgg. org/index.cfm/fuseaction/Libra ry.sr/CT/ARTB/k/568/When-Was-J esus-Born.htm
LEE ann

United States

#165 Mar 6, 2010

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