Christ in 3D
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Gee, sure looks quite a lot like the traditional Catholic images of Christ that Protestants like to harp on. Kind of reminds me of the original Divine Mercy image.

He was 5'11" tall in an area that the average height was 5'5". Our Lord was a big guy too?

Guess we need to throw out the "ugly Jesus" depictions that modernists like to use.[Image: 1fb67f28338cc8ba646f13b7d1b9c709.jpg][Image: 5b658c4f935d8a5daaca4ff248757bcd.jpg][Image: 8e8024e616c51c158b87782a602c0f91.jpg]
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(03-29-2019, 09:26 AM)Augustinian Wrote: Gee, sure looks quite a lot like the traditional Catholic images of Christ that Protestants like to harp on. Kind of reminds me of the original Divine Mercy image.

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