In July 1979, company officials at the Concrete Pipe Corp. in Menasha, Wisconsin decided to elect Jesus Christ as the new chairman of their board. The decision was unanimous.
When asked what address they were going to supply to the state for the new chairman, the company president, Don Koepke, explained, “We’ll say, ‘wherever two or more are gathered in his name.'”
The company had been in existence for 45 years. Supposedly, it survived for about another eight years under Jesus’s leadership, closing in 1987.
No one knows what Jesus looked like; “The artistic depictions down the ages have total and complete variation, which indicates that nobody did a portrait of Jesus or wrote down a description, it’s all been forgotten.”
Various contemporary carvings and writings suggest that the people who inhabited the Middle East during biblical times were in fact what we today would call Black Africans. Furthermore, contemporary descriptions of Jesus Christ, both from the Bible and otherwise, describe him as a short, hunchbacked Black man with a unibrow and a patchy beard.