How do they know what Jesus looks like?
There was no camera at that time. I don't understand. Enlighten me people. What is their source?
No one really knows what Jesus looks like. He was certainly not a white man with blue eyes. Of course, living in that region he must have been dark skinned. Again, no one really knows. The important part is that he came to save the world; not to condemn it.
That is a great question Evane. Of course we have no way of knowing what he looked like when he walked the earth.
because they do not have faith to believe without them, which means they are not true believers.
Very good question but I guess we will all know how He looked when we meet Him up there . So the Question is "will we be worthy enough to see Him".
Actually we do know somewhat about His looks from the Bible, nationality and the culture of that time period. The most convincing evidence to date are many artists drawings of Him from His travels. No matter what country it was the descriptions have been similar, even though the people never met and were from different parts of the world.
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