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Neo
27th October 2014, 01:11 AM
Some black people say God is black, contrary to the white God we see on posters and paintings of Michelangelo.

what is the truth? Say your mind.

Unregistered
31st October 2014, 09:52 PM
Better paint your own then ;) nothing stopping ya anyway

But seriously why should an Almighty God (if you believe He is indeed) be limited to such a trait...

Unregistered
7th August 2015, 09:06 PM
There is no god. You lot need to learn science, laws of nature and drop these idiotic superstitions as soon as possible. Give yourself a slap and step back into reality. No wonder Africa is lagging behind the rest of the world. Your relying on something that doesn't exist whilst. Hard work, reason and science will get you far. Not blind hope. I wish you well. I just want better for my homeland...I mean seriously...witches, spirit

Lap82
19th August 2015, 04:14 PM
What difference does it make?
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Unregistered
22nd July 2016, 11:17 AM
you confuse God with Jesus. Nobody painted God white or black.

Unregistered
15th March 2017, 11:46 PM
This question is immaterial since we have God the Father, God the Son (Jesus Christ) and God the Holy Ghost. Very few humans have ever seen God the Father. God the Son, most people know because he lived among humans for some time and according to Christian Doctrine, he will come back to reign the earth. God the Holy Ghost is a Spirit. These are three distinct entities with a common purpose. And what is their purpose? To bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of mankind. Which God are you referring to?

skinwants
7th August 2017, 10:23 AM
Hello...

For too many centuries Christianity has held tightly to the Euro-Jesus. The white skinned, blonde haired, blues eyes Jesus.

This is not an unexplained phenomenon. Since the days of the Roman Empire, Christianity has changed from a humble Jewish following of a man preaching loving foreigners and people of all backgrounds into an ethnocentric pyramid, where white men sit at the top holding an icon of a white God.This detail alone leaves open the possibility that Jesus may have been black. Yet for over one thousand years of Christian history we almost never see black people portrayed in the biblical narrative.