posted on Dec, 15 2013 @ 08:59 AM
reply to post by Horus12
>>>> I'd love to meet an Angel( not a fallen one and not to be in dire peril). Would it matter to me what they look like? No. Any race, any gender,
any appearance. As far as Jesus, I've always assumed he was darker ( and probably shorter)than the light skinned honey blonde blue eyed man I saw
depicted. Again, it doesn't matter. Maybe you can choose your appearance in Heaven or maybe it doesn't matter.
Santa can be portrayed by a number of different caricatures. Is he sprightly and wizened or obese?
I don't think it really matters, let people choose what they want and let mainstream public sentiment dictate popular depictions of Santa. I
wouldn't expect to see a Nordic or red haired Aladdin or Sinbad but if somebody wanted to do it, fine.
If they did a movie on Hiawatha I wouldn't want to see an African American or Asian or Caucasian actor portray him. Likewise King Arthur shouldn't
be other than white. They could do it, I suppose. Its all about story continuity and presentation.
I remember the big Trekkie debate about a black Vulcan( LOL) on Voyager. To me it made no difference, a black Vulcan was perfectly reasonable. I
thought Tuvok was a very lame character, though. Man, that showed sucked.