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Jesus was black !

CE and BCE, not AD and BC !

Rome used Christianity for its own ends !

 

I was thinking about some of the anti-West slogans that are going around at the moment.

Jesus said that he came to fulfill the Law not to destroy it ... meaning he came to complete the Jewish teaching.  Jesus is like the flame, but the Jewish law was meant to be the wood ... in other words a basic ordering of society is necessary, rules and morality, and only atop of that can a direct transmission of Consciousness be made.

Jesus naturally wished for his own people to be the wood ... but it did not seem to work out that way.
It was only when Roman Emperor Constantine saw a vision of Christ before a battle, that Rome adopted Christianity.

And so Rome eventually became the wood, the basic rules of society, ontop of which Jesus's flame roared into life, and it did so with a genuine revelation to the Emperor of Rome.

Rome, with its legends of Romulus and Remus, two tough boys raised by a Wolf, their organisation and road network plus Christ ... that is the Western World, the most advanced on this planet.

 

Jesus was black !

The fact is that European people adopted Christianity and so depictions of a white Jesus are more or less correct in the sense that it was in the white lands that Christianity took root - his own people did not seem interested.

 

CE and BCE, not AD and BC !

AD = Anno Domini ... this is both Roman and Christian and is therefore 100% appropriate for Western people to use.

 

Rome used Christianity for its own ends !

Wood needs the flame as the flame needs the wood, the combination of the the Christ light with the toughness of Romulus and Remus has carved out the Western World.  There are many problems with the West but if you look across at other continents you start to see what kind of a planet you are on, and maybe you appreciate it.

 

 

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Do you mean 'black' physiologically, are you referring to the phenotypic attributes? If so, then he couldn't have been 'black' since he was a Jew, also, it would mean that he would've come through the line of Ham and Egyptus, which also can't be correct as the scriptures clearly indicate that he will come through the line of Judah and as we know Judah was a descendant of Abraham who was a descendant of Shem. 

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My guess is Jesus was probably light brown/tanned. People need to get a grip these days and accept that a church made and visited by white people will depict the skin colour they're familiar with. Medieval Christian art also shows ancient Romans wearing Medieval garb and weapons, castles, lol. Big deal.

 

To demand brown/black depictions, is just more anti-white, anti-West sentiment. The same goes for using CE/BCE (very PC), anti-Christian sentiment. Rome is just a mixed bag... it contains good and bad pages in its history.

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On 10/20/2020 at 5:20 PM, Maedros said:

Do you mean 'black' physiologically, are you referring to the phenotypic attributes?

I was just commenting on some fashions that people are promoting ... one of which is that Jesus was black, another that he married Mary Magdalene ... and so on.  Little cottage of industry these things.

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