Theology

The Jewish Jesus is the Christ!

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  1. Melvin says:

    And just out of curiosity, how, exactly, do I identify the marginalized? What makes them marginalized. Does Christ, the Jewish Jesus, care more for them that He does for others?

  2. Melvin says:

    But I’m Black and I haven’t thought of Jesus (the Son of God) as a wimpy, blue-eyed white fellow in years. And even before I figured out that he was Middle Eastern Jewish, I had no problem with me as me.

    Why would someone think themselves as ugly if the emphasis is on Jesus and His love. Color shouldn’t play a part in a Christian whose life is centered on Jesus Christ. Those who look at the color may lose out when they reject the Gospel because a gun-metal Black person presented the Gospel. But that’s on the one who missed it, not on the person who presented it.

  3. LaMetrius Jackson says:

    Psalms 110 speaks of a priest who will rule forever, not a king. And why emphasis on black and brown people preaching the gospel to other nationalities?

    1. Angela says:

      Because we have been literally soaked with the idea that Jesus the Christ, was blue-eyed and white to the point that most Black and Brown people that their skin color was and is a mistake…and that they are ugly even though we know that everything that God created is good.

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