Thursday, 3 July 2008

did jebus feed 5000 people?

Often people ask how jebus fed the 5000 however if the fish was mouldy then nobody would have taken any and thats how there was enough to go around. Or maybe they chopped the fish into 5000 tiny pieces and nobody was that hungry that day. Maybe its a myth and the fish represented star signs. Maybe jebus was the david blaine of his day. Theres all kinds of rational explanations.

4 comments:

Spacefoetus said...

"however if the fish was mouldy then nobody would have taken any and thats how there was enough to go around."

And enough to fill everyone? No.

"Or maybe they chopped the fish into 5000 tiny pieces and nobody was that hungry that day."

Again, how could there be 12 baskets of leftovers from 5000 tiny bits of fish- and everyone WAS hungry.

"Maybe its a myth and the fish represented star signs"

Theres a star sign that was a fish! Jesus ate fish! *gasp*! Never mind that fish and bread was the staple diet of people back then and no-one would've eaten anything else...it MUST refer to starsigns in some obscure, connectionless way!

"Maybe jebus was the david blaine of his day."

Thats not an explanation. You need to then go and describe how this "ancient David Blain" could pull off such a trick.

"Theres all kinds of rational explanations."

Would you care to show us these explanations?

Anonymous said...

spacefoetus said:

"Maybe jebus was the david blaine of his day."

Thats not an explanation. You need to then go and describe how this "ancient David Blain" could pull off such a trick.



I love it when people think a rational explanation is that Jesus' miracles were just feats of illusion.
First, are they aware of the equiptment, assistants, and preparation needed?
Second, it emphasizes, big time, the argument that people would not die for a known lie.... if the disciples were the "assistents" for the "magic show", then they would know that Jesus was not God, both when there was a healing, feeding or walking on water.. and also when He, Himself rose from the dead--- after the first half-dozen were killed for an untrue claim, the rest would have tossed in the towel and gone "off the grid", instead of getting BOLDER.

Thank you spacefoetus, for lending your rational ear, since Mike does not seem to want to think past his own whines.

Together in Christ Jesus,
johnny

Anonymous said...

Mike, upon giving this more thought, it occurred to me that your question presupposes that Jesus lived. You see--- your title asks, "Did Jesus feed...?"
And the first line of your post states, "often people ask how Jesus fed the 5000....?"

Even most of your suggested answers presuppose that Jesus exists.

Fantastic!! Now, how about continuing with that other thread that you started? You know... the one about the guy who named himself god and got caught dealing cocaine.

Well, i don't suppose that you want to continue there, so let's keep going the way you want to go..


Another thing is the fact that you think that there are all sorts of rational explanations, but, unfortunately, that means that you presuppose that the existance of miracles are not a rational explanation....

Would you care to explain why you think that miracles can not exist?

Can you prove that miracles can not occur?

God Bless,
johnny

Sir-Think-A-Lot said...

"Theres all kinds of rational explanations."

Unfortunitly, you havent given us any yet.