Monday, June 29, 2009

The Face of the Apostle Paul

About a month ago, we discussed what the Apostle Paul might have looked like. In the end, we simply don't know. However, a recent picture has emerged that has some asking if this is a more accurate depiction of the apostle.

This picture dates back to the 4th Century and stands as the oldest image we have of his. What do you think?

Also, some are arguing that the actual bones of the apostle have been uncovered.

For more:

World Net Daily: Is this the face of the apostle Paul?: Newly uncovered artwork has experts 'identifying' biblical hero

Huffington Post: OLDEST ST. PAUL IMAGES (Photo) Found

Daily Mail: Is this the earliest image of St Paul? 'Sensational' 1,600-year-old icon of saint found in a Roman tomb

Independent: Bones confirmed as St Paul's remains

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