OUR COUSIN WHOM DESCENDED FROM ISHMAEL SPOKE UP CONCERNING HIS REAL BLACK COUSINS, THE TRUE BLACK HEBREWS, WHEN CONFRONTING THE SYNAGOGUE OF SATAN FAKE JEWS AND THEIR USURPMENT OF TRUE YISRAEL AS A BLACK PEOPLE!!!
The Mystery Of The Pagan Origin Of Christmas: Jesus Was Not Born On December 25th But A Whole Bunch Of Pagan Gods Were. > > > "The Jesus of Nazareth who came forward publicly as the Messiah...and died to give his work its final consecration never existed." - Albert Schweitzer.
"You don't believe the Bible because it was written by men? Tell me who wrote all your text books." And go ahead and trash all other literature as this "book" is the most-historically-accurate and verified of all books.
Amen, in Jesus name I accept my blessings of desires in abundance of immeasurable proportion, I accept salvation by confessing with my mouth that you my Lord Jesus, King of kings are my Lord and Savior, my God, because of you father everything I speak comes to fruition commanded by the Holy Ghost, through the everlasting love of Jesus Christ, embraced in Gods mercy and grace.
An Original Depiction of Jesus, ca 100-400 A.D., Roman catacombs. The Christian catacombs are extremely important for the history of Early Christian art, as they contain the great majority of examples from before about 300AD, in fresco and sculpture, as well as gold glass medallions.
This image of the dark-skinned and black-eyed and haired Jesus is dated 530 CE, found in a church of Rome. This portrait of the face of Jesus is totally different from those of the Renaissance era. http://jesusisnotalone.blogspot.com/2009/10/original-face-of-jesus-european-or.html
Judea or Judæa (/dʒuːˈdiː.ə/; from Hebrew: יהודה, Standard Yehuda Tiberian, Arabic: يهودية, Yahudia, Greek: Ἰουδαία, Ioudaía; Latin: IVDÆA) is the biblical name of the mountainous southern West Bank. The name originates from the biblical tribe of Judah and associated Kingdom of Judah, which the 1906 Jewish Encyclopedia dated from 934 until 586 BCE. The name of the region continued to be incorporated through the Babylonian conquest, Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman periods