Are there any old pictures of Jesus on the cross?
Son of God The Crucifixion Jesus Christ. The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ, Jesus’s nailed legs on the cross Christ Jesus. An old picture of Jesus Christ, from an anonymous author
Are there any good pictures of Jesus Christ?
On this page you find many beautiful pictures of Jesus Christ, painted by several Christian artists worldwide. These images of Jesus are under copyright, so be careful not to use them without obtaining written permission from the artists. The purpose of this list of Jesus paintings is to inspire you with the person of Jesus Christ.
What does the picture of Jesus and John the Baptist show?
This Jesus image shows that although both Jesus Christ and John the baptist (man at the left) suffered a lot during their life, in order to bring the Kingdom of God on earth, they also had a lot of fun. Greg Olson writes it beautifully: ‘The life they promoted was the way of joy, the way to truly be happy.
Where was Jesus hanging on the cross on Palm Sunday?
Jesus Christ Palm Sunday Donkey Mosaic Saint George Greek Orthodox Church Madaba Jordan Jesus on the cross with darkness. Jesus is hanging on the cross as darkness covers the earth Jesus Christ cross, nail and crown of thorns. Closeup of a representation of the Jesus Christ crown of thorns, cross and nail
What does the picture of Jesus look like?
In this image of Jesus, Greg Olson tried to visualize the compassionate love of Jesus Christ, who is our healer. He looks at us with tender eyes, seeing our deepest pain and He offers us healing for both body and soul.
Which is the oldest known picture of Jesus?
The oldest known portrait of Jesus, found in Syria and dated to about 235, shows him as a beardless young man of authoritative and dignified bearing. He is depicted dressed in the style of a young philosopher, with close-cropped hair and wearing a tunic and pallium —signs of good breeding in Greco-Roman society.
What was the inscription on the statue of Jesus?
The inscription has been ascribed dates ranging from the 1st to the 3rd centuries AD. It was apparently drawn by a Roman soldier to mock another soldier who was a Christian. The caption reads, in Greek, “Alexamenos worships [his] God”, while the image shows a man raising his hand toward a crucified figure with a donkey’s head.