Don't know, but I wonder how you can place a blond hair and blue eye person in that part of the world at that time? Race wasn't an issue until painters started painting him in their image. I think the Sistine Chapel and the Last Supper started all of this?
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Considering He was Hebrew, He was somewhere in between black and white, just like everybody else in Judea, I imagine He had a tan, being outside preaching in the sun. But now He's luminous, radiating light and love. For a better description, a first hand account of what He looks like, please read *Embraced by the Light* - Betty J. Eadie
ummm, well that all depends. Because black people will say he was black but white people will say he's black..... has anybody ever considered the fact that he could be mexican?! Huh? I really think that it doesn't madder.... but if you think it madders, then there's a 50/50 chance, whatever floats your boat!