Jesus Christ was born to Mary, a Jewish woman of first-century Palestine then called Roman Judea. Yet almost every picture we see of Jesus in America is quite similar to this famous picture – shoulder-length brown hair, brown or blue eyes, neatly trimmed beard and very, very European. Was Jesus white? Possibly, but probably not. Was Jesus black? Possibly, but probably not. Was Jesus vaguely Arabic looking? Probably, but possibly not. But Jesus isn’t just for one culture – He came and is for everyone. In cultures around the world, he looks the part. Check out these depictions of the Son of God from various ethnicities.
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