Letters to the Editor

December 31, 2013 9:38 AM

A more interesting question about Jesus

David Lauderdale's column asks the sensible question: What difference does the race of Jesus make? It's more than that, however. To even speculate about Jesus' race makes no sense. Race is a societal construct, not a scientific one. Jesus' race is the one each of us gives him.

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