The Real Face of Jesus

Advances in forensic science reveal the most famous face in history.

From the first time Christian children settle into Sunday school classrooms, an image of Jesus Christ is etched into their minds. In North America he is most often depicted as being taller than his disciples, lean, with long, flowing, light brown hair, fair skin and light-colored eyes. Familiar though this image may be, it is inherently flawed. A person with these features and physical bearing would have looked very different from everyone else in the region where Jesus lived and ministered. Surely the authors of the Bible would have mentioned so stark a contrast.

On the contrary, according to the Gospel of Matthew, when Jesus was arrested in the garden of Gethsemane before the Crucifixion, Judas Iscariot had to indicate to the soldiers whom Jesus was because they could not tell him apart from his disciples. Further clouding the question of what Jesus looked like is the simple fact that nowhere in the New Testament is Jesus described, nor have any drawings of him ever been uncovered.


Israeli Professor Shows Virus Follows Fixed Pattern

Americans lost their jobs and businesses went under because the United States, along with most first world nations, acted on the chilling predictions of a severely flawed model, a reading of Professor Ferguson’s tarot cards.

(The leftist press prefers bogus models and Bill Gates to real science. What they have done to the people is outrageous. )

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 In times of destitution, ordinary citizens, churches, and charities step up to succor those in need. With that in mind, a certain church that goes by the name of Philadelphia church of God, instead of contributing resources to the needy, it prostitutes itself and takes money from the government. A church that takes money from the government is controlled by the government. This action goes to show you that if the government offered Gerald Flurry money to change his teachings, or perform certain functions, he would take it.

With this in mind, the Painful Truth presents a story of integrity.
Unlike the men or women of this present generation, we will explore a time when integrity really did play a major role within religion and in the lives of American men and women.

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Yes, I lost it tonight. I lost it because I let myself be angered by your abrasiveness. It’s a quality you’ve perfected over the years. And if you can’t see this fault, or your other faults, then you are blind indeed. And if you CAN see them, but won’t admit to them, or, as you say, confess them in private to “someone who matters,” then what kind of man are you?
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