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In an interview, the head of the Anglican Church, Justin Welby spoke of the representation of Jesus in Western churches.

Jesus is not a “white” man

Guest on BBC Today, the Archbishop of Canterbury and head of the Anglican Church in the United Kingdom, Justin Welby recalled that Jesus Christ is not a “white” man.

According to the RTL channel, Jesus was of Galilean origin. So he must have had dark skin, and probably not blue eyes. So should we represent him with a Caucasian guy? Monsignor John Welby, however, believed that “the way the Western Church portrays Jesus must be reviewed. “

Jesus is portrayed in so many ways

Archbishop recalled that in churches around the world there is not a White jesus. “You see a black Jesus, a Chinese Jesus, a Middle east jesus, which is of course the most accurate, you see a Fijian Jesus. Jesus is portrayed in so many ways that there are languages ​​and cultures, “he added.

Do not unbolt statues

Despite this fact, however, there was no question of unbolting statues. “I don’t think throwing away everything from the past is a way of doing it,” said Monsignor John Welby. However, he thought that to say “it is not the Jesus who exists, it is not the Jesus whom we adore, is to recall the universality of the God who has become fully human”.

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Arsenal appeal Eddie Nketiah’s red card and three match ban after sending off for tackle of Leicester’s James Justin

Arsenal have decided to launch an appeal following Eddie Nketiah’s red card in the 1-1 draw against Leicester City.

The 21-year-old was sent off just four minutes after coming off the bench for a mistimed lunch on Foxes defender James Justin.

3Arsenal have appealed Eddie Nketiah’s red card against Leicester CityCredit: AP:Associated Press 3The Gunners striker was initially shown a yellow before he was later given his marching ordersCredit: AP:Associated Press

Referee Chris Kavanagh initially showed Nketiah a yellow card for the challenge but upgraded it to a red following a lengthy VAR review via the pitchside monitor at the Emirates.

It proved costly, with ten-men Arsenal failing to hold on to their narrow lead as Jamie Vardy bagged a late equaliser.

Nketiah didn't even touch the ball in between coming on and heading back down the tunnel.

He is now facing a three-game ban that rules him out of their upcoming games against Tottenham and Liverpool, as well as the FA Cup semi-final against Manchester City.

But according to the Mail, Arsenal are challenging Nketiah’s dismissal in the hope of getting the decision overturned on the grounds of wrongful dismissal or his ban reduced due to excessive punishment.

Fortunately for Mikel Arteta, he should discover the result of the Gunners appeal before Sunday’s north London derby trip to Spurs because of the FA's fast-track processes.

The Arsenal head coach was left seething as Nketiah saw red while Leicester scorer Vardy escaped without punishment for catching Shkodran Mustafi in the face in the first-half.

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Arteta said: "The red card, he [Nketiah] cannot see the player, you have to understand he is a young kid.

"If we review incidents of that type we review them all. It has to be something equal for everybody because it changes the game for everybody. If Eddie is a red card for sure the other is a red card."

Team-mate Kieran Tierney added: "I had a view of the tackle. It looked accidental, I didn’t see it slowed like the referee but Eddie is not the player who would do anything like that."

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta furious Nketiah was sent off after Leicester ace Vardy escaped red for kicking Mustafi in head

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