Jesus Was Black Because He Was a Jew

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Jesus is black

The claim of Cone is twisted, sick and absurd. It is driven by mindless hatred and should never have been posted by an organization associated with a Christian denomination.

Donald Kosloff more than 3 years ago

Sick, Twisted, Absurd?

If your judgement here expressed was valid, then Jesus would have been on the side of the oppressors rather than that of the oppressed. A reasonable interpretation of Christianity does not allow for that. Christianity is not a system formed by any sort of political correctness. An organization associated with a christian denomination is not therefore obligated to enforce political correctness.

George Nixon Shuler more than 3 years ago

Jesus is black

It seems obvious that Mr. Kosloff and Mr. Shuler seem to miss the point of Christ's work, that it was with the oppressed and poor. I seem to remember something about the eye of a needle? Maybe it should refer to OPPRESSORS or self indulgent/I AM RIGHT individuals who can not relate to a mission that involves sacrifice. It's a good thing they live today and not in the first century, Christianity would not have survived their lives.

G. Howard Bush more than 3 years ago

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