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May 1, 2023  frère Paul Adrien

debunk les 10 plus gros mensonges à propos de Jésus Christ.

Etait-il un hippie ? A quoi ressemblait-il ? Quelle langue parlait-il ? A-t-il seulement existé ?

C'est le moment de se débarasser de toutes  les idées fausses qu'on se fait de Jésus.

Catholique, religieux dominicain et prêtre. J'adore Dieu et l'Eglise, j'essaye de parler de l'évangile et de mettre un peu plus de bonheur dans la vie des gens grâce à Jésus. L'amour vaincra

May 1, 2023 brother Paul Adrien

debunk the 10 biggest lies about Jesus Christ.

Was he a hippie? What did he look like? What language did he speak? Did he even exist?

It's time to get rid of all the misconceptions we have about Jesus.

Catholic, Dominican religious and priest. I adore God and the Church, I try to speak about the gospel and to put a little more happiness in people's life thanks to Jesus. Love will win!

Computer reconstruction of Jesus' face 

Computer reconstruction of Jesus' face 

by Bas Uterwuk

The house of Jesus looked something like this.

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This photo can be found in a few places on the web

and be seen, to my knowledge, in two YouTube videos, including the one above

There exists a consensus among scholars that the language of Jesus and his disciples was Aramaic. Aramaic was the common language of Judea in the first century AD. The villages of Nazareth and Capernaum in Galilee, where Jesus spent most of his time, were Aramaic-speaking communities; Jesus likely spoke a Galilean variant of the language, distinguishable from that of Jerusalem. Based on the symbolic renaming or nicknaming of some of his apostles, it is also likely that either Jesus or at least one of his apostles knew enough Koine Greek to converse with those not native to Judea. It is reasonable to assume that Jesus was well-versed in Hebrew for religious purposes