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Monday, April 17, 2006

Perhaps this was in the Gospel of Judas 


From The Hot Librarian:


Yesterday I worked in the 3-5 year old children's church class....We watched a little video about the Easter story. At the part where Jesus dies on the cross and then they bury him in the tomb (which looked like a cave in the video), the narrator on the video asked the kids, "What happened to Jesus?" and Tristan, who was sitting next to me (and who is one of the cutest little boys I've ever seen, with the biggest ears I've ever seen) whispered slyly to me, "I know how Jesus died...he got eaten by a bear in that cave, didn't he?"


Presumably the bear who attacked Jesus was not a Jesus Loves Me Bear.

But now I have to ask the theological question - if Jesus were attacked by a bear, would James Dean run to his rescue?

From the Ontario Empoblog (Latest OVVA news here)

Comments:
Bwahahahahahahha!

Uncontrollable laughter!

It hurts!

That was good.
 
So far I have restrained myself from writing the following: "Peter Fonda and John Dean (no, not THAT John Dean) (and not Jimmy Dean) left the Upper Room, hopped on their motorcycles, and sped to the gravesite...."

I should have continued to restrain myself.
 
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