Jesus Christ!

February 27th, 2010 | Categories: Funny Stuff, picture | Tags: , , , , ,

  1. Bazz
    February 28th, 2010 at 06:44
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    Good one! Now let’s watch the religious right have a conniption….. It should be entertaining!!!

  2. Curtis
    February 28th, 2010 at 11:11
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    Bazz. Why would this be entertaining? Possibly more important, for who? Would it not be more intellectually stimulating for all involved if the subject at hand was not approached in such an adversarial manner?

    • July 26th, 2011 at 08:53
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      This is way better than a brick & mortar etsblaishment.

  3. David N. Brown
    February 28th, 2010 at 11:13
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    This guy is fugly. Does anyone like this site?

  4. Dr.Walter Doodah
    February 28th, 2010 at 11:52
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    Jesus’ middle name is Herbert.

    • Dediex
      March 23rd, 2011 at 22:12
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      I’m glad I’m not the only one who has come to this conclusion.

  5. February 28th, 2010 at 12:26
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    David N. Brown :

    This guy is fugly. Does anyone like this site?

    Rules for losing an argument:

    Rule #85: When you can’t come up with a good argument, call your opponent ugly.

  6. bd
    February 28th, 2010 at 21:16
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    Just today he asked people to stop cutting his url off of photos and reuploading them. Theft has never been cool.

  7. bd
    February 28th, 2010 at 21:17
  8. noob
    March 1st, 2010 at 02:12

    This made me Joseph and Mary “christ”? haha.. C’mon its not their last names. Christ means annointed one…haha! Next time please do research..

  9. Dave
    March 1st, 2010 at 08:53

    Christ means “crucified one,” not “anointed one,” so, technically, it’s a mistake to talk about Jesus before his crucifixion as Christ, as this was a title not yet earned. And your point that it’s not their name agrees with his idea, it doesn’t refute it; he actually says plainly that it was not his name.

  10. Beau
    March 1st, 2010 at 19:06

    I reciently found out that the Hebrew definition for “DAM” is BLOOD..
    So when a person says,”God Dam” what they are really saying is God Blood!
    Crazy huh?
    Have given this topic much thought..
    Now.. if you were to say,”halleluyah” sarcasticly.. this would be considered taking YA’s name in vain.. because it means.. Highest Praise to YA.
    “God” is not truly a proper name for Yahweh. Because as if one where to say “Gawd!” The word “God” can refer to even Satan. Many Satanist-Masons refer to Satan as God.
    Yeshua comes from Yahuda (in it’s roots) which is a proper name for God.
    It should also be noted when HE JESUS was crucified that the sign that hung above Him was in three languages.. one being Greek. “Jesus, KING OF THE JEWS” Not in english.. because back then there was no such thing as the letter J. the letter J is one of the few things King James added to the Bible in recognition to his name.
    “God” and “Lord” were the others.

    • April 4th, 2010 at 09:08

      Wow Beau. You are seriously misinformed.
      . “God dam” is a lazy abbreviation of God-damned which is what a spiteful Christian would use as a veritable curse. i.e. God will damn you to hell.
      . What was purportedly on the cross was written in TWO languages, Aramaic and Hebrew. The reason it was not in English has nothing to do with the lack of a letter ‘J’ as that applies to the Hebrew The reason it wasn’t in English was because that language didn’t even exist then. Please tell me you didn’t have to be told that.What is commonly written as I.N.R.I. which is Latin, translates to Jesus the Nazarene, King of the Jews. NOT Jesus OF Nazareth. “The Nazarene” does not mean he was from the town of Nazareth, Jesus only spent a few years of his youth there. The Nazarene were members of a branch of Judaism much like Baptists are members of a branch of Christianity.
      . God is not a name at all and only the seriously uneducated would ever think it was. It is merely a job description. There have been approximately 2900 Gods. You could accurately refer to him/her/it as Yeshua the God if you speak Hebrew. If you speak English Joshua the God is in no way incorrect. In fact calling him God is simply the Judeo-Christian way of implying there is only one. If you use a name you are leaving room for followers of other religions to refer to their god as a different one. The Muslims don’t think Allah is his name either. Allah means ‘He who must be praised’ (feel free to correct me, it has been a while since I studied this crap) and they believe it is disrespectful to use his name.

      I make no claim any of this is 100% accurate as anything written about a man who may not have even existed (most scholars think he probably did but it’s doubtful he was anything like he is described) is subject to the many and varied translations and transliterations of variable accuracy of ancient texts written by those with any number of unknown and unknowable agendas and taught by multiple branches of at least three religions all with their own agendas.

      • April 4th, 2010 at 09:25

        And before anyone comments on it. Yes, I am aware of the incongruity of what I wrote and my username. Strange! I’m actually looking forward to the comments, both the corrections and the complaints… I spend too much time on-line.

  11. April 1st, 2010 at 07:06

    Does anyone – anyone at all – even claim that his name was “Jesus Christ”?

  12. elfo
    June 19th, 2010 at 05:01

    What bd said. Stealing content without even attributing the creator is never fun.

    Thumbed down.

    • Greenworld
      June 19th, 2010 at 17:27

      And it’s also never fun to just quote random news posts from other Web sites without even offering your own words and thoughts.

  13. Andrew
    March 25th, 2011 at 09:23

    An article I read from Discovery News about God’s wife. It appears that the early days of Judaism were polytheistic. So let us reiterate some new facts coming to light….Jesus’ name was not Jesus…Jesus’ last name was not Christ…he was not born from a virgin…God had a wife. Isn’t history fun!

  14. Austin
    December 18th, 2012 at 21:01

    Jesus spelled backwards sounds like sausage.