The Catholic Church’s depiction of Jesus Christ has long been that of a white, European-looking guy with stunning blue eyes. Scholars believe, however, that the genuine face of Jesus differs significantly from the imaginative imaginings of Renaissance painters.

They believe that the Son of God resembled a typical male from the ancient borders of Palestine: shorter in stature, muscular in build, and ornamented with coiling black hair.

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