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What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 10:48pm On Feb 13
Here's another powetful experiment my brothers and sisters.

The experience lent to us here today poses the question:

What is your percetion of the Jesus character, is the image correct ?

Out of the images on display, what is the correct image of the Jesus character ?




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Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 11:05pm On Feb 13
There’s no right or wrong answer. The aim is to give our your own perspective.
Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 11:15pm On Feb 13
Disclaimer: The above experiment today is regarding a fictitious character.
Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 11:18pm On Feb 13
For me, picture number one has to be closer to the correct adaptation. The regions of the world that the story was supposed to have taken place should dictate one’s imaginations.

Furthermore, if the Israelites are Nubian as supposed by the ‘Hebrew Israelites’, then, that would suggest that if Jesus existed he could only have been Nubian.

In other words, image number one would in turn symbolise a Coptic Semitic adaptation of Horus.
Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Troposphere: 9:30am On Feb 14
None


Jesus never existed

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Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 8:25pm On Feb 14
Troposphere:
None


Jesus never existed

Great! You passed the test.

Starting off with a Bang!
Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 8:33pm On Feb 14
Troposphere:
None


Jesus never existed

You've already passed the test and are not obliged to respond.

I agree with you that Jesus never existed, just for the sake of overstanding, assuming you was the one choosing one of the images on the display to this fictional character, what one would you have assigned?
Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by orunto27: 8:57pm On Feb 14
He had a Conscience which is supported by a Heart, a Soul, a Mind and a Flesh.

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Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 12:13pm On Feb 15
Out of the images on display, choose what you perceive to be the correct image of Jesus.

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Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 12:18pm On Feb 15
orunto27:
He had a Conscience which is supported by a Heart, a Soul, a Mind and a Flesh.

Here you are probably refering to an African God.

Jesus never existed, the Jesus story is based on a combination of fakery and falsehood.

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Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by orunto27: 1:12pm On Feb 15
Amujale:


Here you are probably refering to an African God.

Jesus never existed, the Jesus story is based on a combination of fakery and falsehood.
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It's either LIFE or DEATH and you have chosen DEATH, so hard luck Mr. Atheist.

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Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by profolaolu: 1:14pm On Feb 15
Non because all was just assumption and presumption, no camera was available during Jesus Christ period

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Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by budaatum: 1:26pm On Feb 15
profolaolu:
Non because all was just assumption and presumption, no camera was available during Jesus Christ period
However, we can create an image from scripture though we are warned against images since they are limiting, but if one don't mind sinning, it would be "educate yourself and don't be stupid and ignorant and easily deceived", as we learn from the story of the Temptation on the Mountain, and be peaceful, and love one another and even your enemies, etc.

But I'm certain that's not what the op meant as Jesus is an actual picture, to him.

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Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 4:49pm On Feb 15
orunto27:
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Out of the images on display, choose what you perceive to be the correct image of Jesus.

Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 4:53pm On Feb 15
profolaolu:
Non because all was just assumption and presumption, no camera was available during Jesus Christ period

Totally understand your viewpoint, however the aim is choose from the options available what you perceive to be the correct image of Jesus.

And provide us with your reasoning behind your choices.
Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 5:07pm On Feb 15
orunto27:
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Drop all that Abrahamic religious mumbojumbo and concentrate on reality, real history.

God is an African concept.

Noone needs a book or a tablet to determine that the African is God.

For instance, the African woman is God.

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Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 5:25pm On Feb 15
There is no right or wrong answer.
Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Professorcplus(m): 5:28pm On Feb 15
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
Specifically the second commandment says

Do not keep no graven images or likenesses, except of Jesus, Mary, Yahweh and the Saints.

Am I right or right?

If Jesus truly existed, I would love to be around him. Why? He's compassionate, never judge sinner of his time, he moves closer to them unlike our modern Christians. He preach about loving one another and shows it, he condemned those Pharisees of his time which are likely the modern MOG, He saw the wrong doing in the temple about selling goods and commodity but today churches do more than that they now exchange with pos. Should it be called church or enterprises? Most of his teaching where not accepted in his era even in Roman Empire. Jesus with such a personality would have speak against slavery but early writer that were influenced by politics would have removed most of his generosity teaching especially about slavery and equality of men and women.

He was so generous that he doesn't dress to show and hardly did the authority recognized him and out of the blues people that had no encounter with Jesus write about his and coined new religion around his name some century after his death.

For the sake of choosing image I would have love to see the black Jesus is today churches in Nigeria. That should send a deeper signal


Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 5:30pm On Feb 15
For me, picture number one has to be closer to the correct adaptation. The regions of the world that the story was supposed to have taken place should dictate one’s imaginations.

Furthermore, the first image resembles a distant relative.

Number one is my choice.
Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 5:32pm On Feb 15
Professorcplus:
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS

The Ten Commandments is fake.

Follow the African way of life and the heavens will continue to favour you.

Keep hold onto your virtuousness, get rid of the Abrahamic religions.


https://www.nairaland.com/5674944/marcus-garvey-malcom-x-jesus
Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by orunto27: 5:55pm On Feb 15
Amujale:


Drop all that Abrahamic religious mumbojumbo and concentrate on reality, real history.

God is an African concept.

Noone needs a book or a tablet to derermine that the African is God.

For instance, the African woman is God.

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We go to School to acquire wisdom, knowledge and understanding to make us act, interact and move civilly around. What I wrote about The Image of Jesus is Knowledge from IFA, its Commentaries on The Life and Time of Oduduwa, a Nephilim of Olodumare.
Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Professorcplus(m): 6:02pm On Feb 15
Amujale:


The Ten Commandments is fake.

Follow the African way of life and the heavens will continue to favour you.

Keep hold onto your virtuousness, get rid of the Abrahamic religions.


https://www.nairaland.com/5674944/marcus-garvey-malcom-x-jesus

I've checked the link neither am I in support of Abrahamic religion. But if we were to move on, something has to replace and fill the gap of religion. What do you possibly think it could be?

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Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 6:11pm On Feb 15
orunto27:
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We go to School to acquire wisdom, knowledge and understanding to make us act, interact and move civilly around. What I wrote about The Image of Jesus is Knowledge from IFA, its Commentaries on The Life and Time of Oduduwa, a Nephilim of Olodumare.

Teach!

I agree with you and these are the kind of teachings we ought to give the younger ones.

Give our Gods there deserved credit.

Africa is a magnificient place, any one that studies history for all that its worth, would realise that our great continent is a living organism, when a majority of continentals are in sync with our continent, nice and pleasant things continue to occur in our daily lives.

That is the trend throughout our history, when we focus our concentration on all things Africa, credit to the African true and proper Gods, credit to the Almighty God, our continent becomes glad and evolves into a Primus, one's prime status of excellence.
Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 6:25pm On Feb 15
Professorcplus:


I've checked the link neither am I in support of Abrahamic religion. But if we were to move on, something has to replace and fill the gap of religion. What do you possibly think it could be?

African history.

Truth is the only proper solution to a malicious lie.

African secular history ought to be taught in our classrooms instead of the malicious version of the curriculum.

For those that need to grow in their spirituality, keep hold onto your virtuousness and adopt the African as our God.

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Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 6:37pm On Feb 15
It's important to note that African history is the "truth' in the above context, whilst the lies refers to Christian and Islamic narratives
Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 12:15pm On Feb 16
Out of the images on display, choose what you perceive to be the correct image of Jesus.

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Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by budaatum: 1:45pm On Feb 16
Amujale:


The Ten Commandments is fake.

Follow the African way of life and the heavens will continue to favour you.
So, it is "fake" not to kill others or steal from others or lie against them? That might explain the current "African way of life", though I'm certain Africans of old had these same ten commandments with perhaps small variations.

I wonder what you mean by "heavens will continue to favour you"? A look at the average life expectancy in Africa on the whole kind of points to earth not favouring us so I wonder why heaven will waste it's time.

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Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 5:51pm On Feb 16
budaatum:

So, it is "fake" not to kill others or steal from others or lie against them?.

The Ten Commandments is fake because they are copied from African intellectual property.

Fake, as in, not original.

The Ten commandments was plagiarised from African intellectual properties. i.e The Laws of MaaT.

That is to say, one doesnt need a book or a tablet to tell you those things.

Accepting, and heeding to the advice of our parents, guardians, elders and tutors leads to these same understanding.

The content of those fake commandments arent new to anyone.

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Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by budaatum: 6:03pm On Feb 16
Copied does not mean, fake. And if Maat had put more effort into promoting them like Moses did perhaps we'd be calling them the original Laws of MaaT today. But do you know what we did with them? We wrote them on stone and forgot how to read it, then claimed it was written by gods.

Sorry, but I can't blame those who then plagiarised those same god written original Laws of MaaT and put them in a book for me to read. Left to MaaT, we might never have heard of them, which just shows you do indeed "need a book or a tablet to tell you those things", or those who use a book will usurp your stones!

You Africans need to learn to value your property more so plagiarisers don't steal it from you and repackage it in books and come pass it off and sell it to you as their own. It just shows how unsmart you actually have been despite the deviousness of the plagiarisers!

You need a book Amu. No one reads stone anymore!



Amujale:


The Ten Commandments is fake because they are copied from African intellectual property.

Fake, as in, not original.

The Ten commandments was plagiarised from African intellectual properties. i.e The Laws of MaaT.

That is to say, one doesnt need a book or a tablet to tell you those things.

Accepting, and heeding to the advice of our parents, guradians, elders and tutors leads to these same understanding.

The content of those fake commandments arent new to anyone.

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Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 6:04pm On Feb 16
budaatum:

I wonder what you mean by "heavens will continue to favour you"?.

The conversarition with the previous contributor, is based on the concept of heavens', anyone who doesnt identify with such concept ought not to be too bothered.

The concept is in relationship with our pursuit towards virtuousness or spiritual growth.

In other words, the message is that one should attempt and be successful in our quest to live good, positively and virtuously following our normal way of life, the African way of life.
Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by Amujale(m): 6:09pm On Feb 16
budaatum:
Copied does not mean, fake.

Tablet is stone.

Noone needs a book or a tablet in order to
identify or understand the content of those fake commandments.

You say the Ten commandnents arent fake?

What would you call an incorrect copy of an original works?

The Ten Commandments are copied from African laws.

The African laws from where the authors of Abrahamic religious text copied from are the originals.

They copied from our laws and attempt to basterdise them by appointing fakers and imposters. i.e Moses.
Re: What Is The True Image Of Jesus? by budaatum: 6:12pm On Feb 16
Amujale:


The conversarition with the previous contributor, is based on the concept of heavens', anyone who doesnt identify with such concept ought not to be too bothered.

The concept is in relationship with our pursuit towards virtuousness or spiritual growth.

In other words, the message is that one should attempt and be successful in our quest to live good, positively and virtuously following our normal way of life, the African way of life.
However you wish to define heaven, humans can only "be successful in our quest to live good, positively and virtuously" by continously learning how "to live good, positively and virtuously", and you do that by continously learning and not be emulating boko haram ideology.

If "African way of life" was as progressive as you make out it would have withstood foreign invasion, but it obviously hasn't. Care to explain why?

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