posted on Dec, 18 2015 @ 03:20 AM
As a Christian that takes in the bible as a whole and takes into consideration the ten commandments, technically we aren't supposed to make idols of
God or God's son, Jesus Christ.
Exodus 20:4-6 the second commandment.
If one is to think what Jesus might look like, we should think, Middle Eastern.
I'm not offended by a black baby Jesus, we don't know what he looked like. I've met a half Irish half, Iranian person who was pretty dark skinned with
coarse, thick dark hair.
When I was little I watched a t.v. show called Good Times that had an episode considering whether Jesus was black. It didn't bother me then when my
mind was young and fresh, it doesn't bother me now.
This story is another example of certain Christians putting true Christianity to shame. There are good Christians out there who follow what Jesus
taught, put God above all else and to love one another, I've met some of the best Christians and they aren't the ones in the media. A true Christian
doesn't need the spotlight to preach what it means to be a Christian, that's why they are so hard to find, but they are out there!