Monday, 7 July 2008

Theyre all wrong

In todays news, Johnny doesnt know the population of the world. Clever people like me understand what wikipedia is for and that it is 6,671,226,000 It just shows how using his scholarly sources gets him into all kinds of messes and he should use wikipedia instead.

The theology web team have also been proven wrong in asserting how the reserection of Jebus grew out of nowhere. It appears that theyve just found a stone which says that everyone at the time was expecting a rising messiah.

I therefore conclude that it is rational to assume that the theologyweb crew are wrong about everything

9 comments:

Spacefoetus said...

Comming from the guy who watches Zeitgest and the Da Vinci Code and thinks its good scholarship!

lilpixieofterror said...

Have you read Christian responses to that or do you just find what you can to agree with and leave it at that?

Anonymous said...

lol... so i made a mistake.

Tom Jangles pointed out the mistake, and i admitted the mistake (and corrected).


As far as that rock goes, it's too soon to be drawing the conclusions that you make... not to mention that in the link you provide, it says, "Some Christians will find it shocking — a challenge to the uniqueness of their theology — while others will be comforted by the idea of it being a traditional part of Judaism," Mr. Boyarin said.


It also says that some of the text is faded (written in ink, not chisled), leaving much of what it says, open for debate.

One more thing Mike.... you said, "..they've just found a stone..."

Did you notice in the article that the stone was most likely found a decade ago? and that one scholar examined it a couple of years ago and co-wrote a paper on it last year?... the hubbub is because of the paper... now others will examine the stone also.


God Bless,
johnny

Tom Jagels said...

"Tom Jangles pointed out the mistake"

Tom Jagels :p

BTW, I didn't think this Johnny was Johnny Skeptic?

Anonymous said...

no, i'm not Johnny Skeptic, however, i assumed that Mike was talking about my goof up...


And sorry for goofing up your name.
Bo Jangels just stuck in my mind. lol

johnny

Mike is Wright said...

Spaceofoetus, anyone has yet to prove that the da vinci code and zeitgeist the movie arent credible

Anonymous said...

Hey Mike,

I think it is time for a new poll on your sidebar. You know liven the blog up some. It could also be helpful to you. You could poll your readership.

Of my readers what category/categories do fall into:

A. Christian
B. Atheist
C. Agnostic
D. Other

AA. I read this blog strictly
because the material is
amusing.
BB. I read and respond to this
blog in an effort to help Mike
see the error in his belief
system.
CC. I read this blog because it
strengthens my resolve to
combat Xians.

What do you think. It could be a post. Who are you and why do you read my blog. It might be beneficial for the group that you have drawn together.

Spacefoetus said...

"Spaceofoetus, anyone has yet to prove that the da vinci code and zeitgeist the movie arent credible"

Only in your mind Mike.

Give one example of a claim in The Da Vinci Code or Zeitgeist and I'll try my best to refute it.

Sir-Think-A-Lot said...

"I therefore conclude that it is rational to assume that the theologyweb crew are wrong about everything"

Well let me see here I see people on theologyweb who claim God does not exist. Therefor they are wrong and God does exist!

"Spaceofoetus, anyone has yet to prove that the da vinci code and zeitgeist the movie arent credible"

Except for historian, archeologists, theologians, structural engineers, ect...