Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Jesus did not walk on water

Previously, I blogged about the new book, The Jesus Papers that says Christianity is one big lie. Now, scientists have suggested that Jesus may have cheated others into believing that he was actually walking on water. From LiveScience.com:
The study, which examines a combination of favorable water and environmental conditions, proposes that Jesus could have walked on an isolated patch of floating ice on what is now known as Lake Kinneret in northern Israel...

The results suggest temperatures dropped to 25 degrees Fahrenheit (-4 degrees Celsius) during one of the two cold periods 2,500 –1,500 years ago for up to two days, the same decades during which Jesus lived.
Ah, now we know how he did it.

Previously: What if everything you know about Jesus is wrong?

3 comments:

Shy said...

I knew it was a trick.

K Phoon said...

He did not cheat lah. It is those people that saw him do it are to be blamed. They are dumb to believe a man can walk to water.

Boywonder said...

I want to know how he turned water into wine.

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