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Jesus was not movie-star handsome, nor even handsome at all. And he certainly didn’t have blue eyes.
Behold the “real” face of Jesus.
This startling image was painstakingly “lifted” from the Shroud of Turin and reconstructed by computer for the History Channel special, “The Real Face of Jesus,” which airs next week.
How did they do it?
Jesus’ real face was “recreated” by taking the encoded information and the blood on the shroud and then transforming it into a 3D image, Ray Downing, president of Studio Macbeth, told The Post.
Read more: nypost.com
Christian religious leaders have been criticizing Fox News host Glenn Beck for his controversial remarks that churches that promote social and economic justice are somehow dangerous. “If you have a priest that is pushing social justice, go find another parish,” said Beck. Progressive Christian group Sojourners has even launched a campaigncalling on Christians to speak out against Beck.
A story posted on CNN today has a photo of a United Church of Christ congregation in Wantagh, NY that took its message right to the community:
Today, ThinkProgress spoke with Wantagh Memorial Congregational Church Pastor Ronald Garner, who explained that he put the sign up yesterday when he decided that he had to do something more public than just e-mailing Beck:
GARNER: Wantagh Memorial Congregational Church is a very progressive church. We’re open and affirming in our denomination, which means we accept into the full life of our church gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people. We are a peace church, and so I just felt that it was a sign that should be in front of our building to say that Mr. Beck’s comments about the social justice being a perversion of the gospel was a total distortion of anybody that’s even given a cursory reading to the words of Jesus. […]
I feel it was an unwarranted attack on Christians, and I felt like something needed to be said.
The pastor said that a priest in the area who liked the sign originally submitted it to CNN. He added that so far, he has received only positive responses to the church’s message.
Source: Think Progress