It is basic color coding as in art. Everything need not come from the bible, like religious paintings. They love symbolism. Why do priests always wear black?
Kudos on the most bizarre question on the forums tonight. Why does God wear white? Are you sure he does?
Yea it is a subliminal advertisement. The color black absorbs heat. The color blacks represents absorption, or they take on the sins of others, like psychologists, as instanced by confession.
I didn't realize God wore anything at all. God is the Alpha and Omega, are we talking about Jesus? White represents purity, but I believe if we did some searching the cloth of that time was not white at all.
Good point. This reminds me that I also wear nothing at all while posting in threads here.
Whenever an artist do an artwork, the artist will always have to present his artwork on what it represents. Jesus always have to wear white for presentation purposes. White depicts purity, love, perfection, thus not having any blemish.
That's all. It doesn't mean Jesus didn't wear a variety of robes.
In much of medieval art, Jesus wears blue, the color of the heavens. In Islam, God doesn't wear clothes, in fact God is not depicted at all because God is not considered to have any human attributes.
There are any number of Jesus pictures in clothes of other shades but Jesus is not God
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