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Prior to joining CNN, Cooper worked for ABC and served several years in the trenches as a war correspondent.
"To me the news is not a joke, especially in the times we live in now, " he told Atlanta Journal-Constitution writer Jill Vejnoska.
Anderson Cooper's mother was the great-great-granddaughter of shipping and railroad tycoon Cornelius Vanderbilt, who died in 1877 and left a fortune estimated at 0 million.
In her own youth, Vanderbilt had been the subject of a vicious, well-publicized custody battle, and as a young woman led a glittering social life that was also avidly chronicled in the newspapers of the day.
It isn't the face of Jesus, because we're not working with the skull of Jesus, but it is the departure point for considering what Jesus would have looked like." They guessed at the length of Jesus' hair on the basis of the reference by Paul that "If a man has long hair, it is a disgrace to him." They speculate that Paul would not have written this if Jesus Christ had had long hair. Jesus was referred to often in the Bible as "Rabbi." If he was an actual rabbi, he would definitely have followed Jewish law which forbade men from clipping the sides of their hair and their beards.
Besides, there is no indication in the Bible that Paul actually met or saw Jesus.
Familiar though this image may be, it is inherently flawed.Mike Fillon told CNN that: "There is no way that we are saying this is the skull of Jesus...Christians believe..Jesus' entire body was resurrected, so there would never be any bones or skull or DNA evidence of Jesus. So it would be hard to find a lot of evidence." Some liberal theologians assume that Jesus was not resurrected.The face of Jim Caviezel, who plays Jesus in the movie "The Passion of the Christ," is similar to many modern-day images of Jesus. started with an Israeli skull dating back to the 1st century.
They then used computer programs, clay, simulated skin and their knowledge about the Jewish people of the time to determine the shape of the face, and color of eyes and skin." "There are very strong rabbinical laws in Israel that you cannot tamper with a skull or any bones, so they needed to reconstruct the skull.They assume that the Romans threw his body on a garbage heap to be eaten by scavengers.