Everyone has an idea of what Jesus looks like. As the most duplicated image in Western society, Jesus is commonly presented as a fair-skinned man with flowing long hair and a beard, wearing a cream-colored robe with long sleeves.
His face is so familiar that people claim to see him on pancakes, toast and once by a New York man who said, “I Found Jesus in My Chicken Tikka Masala.”
According to forensic experts, earlier interpretations of Jesus–in food, your mind, or in famous paintings–are likely wrong.
Thousands of Jesus paintings and drawings have been created through the ages, yet no one knows what he really looks like.