Gët jo emmer besser, falls dat stemmen sollt …
Schëffskirfecht virun Mauretanien:
Den Scott Adams ass rem brilliant:
Filmmaker James Cameron is claiming he and some archeologists found the tomb of Jesus’s family. All the casket-like things called ossuaries are empty. I wonder what the archeologists were thinking when they found an ossuary with Jesus’s name on it. I can imagine the moment they removed the lid and looked in. If it were me, I’d wonder if I was going to see one of the following:
2. Decomposed stuff
3. Jesus sitting up and saying, “What in Dad’s name took you so long?”
If you put an ordinary guy in an ossuary for 2,000 years, he’d clearly be dead. But if I were opening that ossuary I’d be wondering if maybe someone put Jesus in there after he died but before he arose. And maybe it’s hard to get out once you get in. I’d be worried that Jesus arose inside the stone box, and he’d be totally pissed that no one let him out until now.
I realize that this would not be the most rational worry in the world. But I like to base my worries on an expected value calculation. So for example, a 90% chance of getting a sliver would worry me about the same as a .000001% chance of a nuclear bomb going off in the backyard. In this ossuary example, I’d be looking at maybe a 2% chance of waking up an angry Jesus. I say that’s worth a worry.
If Jesus was in there, and sat up when I took the lid off, I’d first try to judge how angry he looked. If he had that money-changers-in-the-temple look, I’d go with a joke, like “Ha ha! Turn the other cheek!” Or maybe I’d try to explain to him that the extra suffering was extra good for humanity, and after all, that’s his job. Then I’d say, “Hey, I don’t like my job either, but you don’t see me complaining all the time.”
I know that some of you will say that if Jesus could move that big rock that was allegedly in front of his tomb in the traditional telling of his life, he’d have no trouble removing an ossuary lid. But he wasn’t supposed to be in an ossuary in the first place, so obviously if this ossuary is genuine, some of the details of the story were wrong. And if God let Jesus be crucified, it’s not a huge stretch of the imagination to think he’d let him stay in a stone box for 2,000 years. It makes sense to save your coolest miracle for when it’s needed most. And I think you’ll agree that this would be a good time for a messiah. And if you were God, you’d want James Cameron attached to this production. So it makes sense to me.
That’s why I’d be a crappy archeologist. I’d be afraid to open anything.
De neien Bébé vun RTL, Tageblatt, IP an Kreutz & Friends: In Pace.
Fehlt nemmen nach en RSS-Feed, haha.
Vun den Méinden 20.15 un ginn die nächst 5 Episoden vun der exzellenter BBC Serie ‘Planet Erde‘ op der ARD gewiesen.
Ech hoffen déi sinn genausou grandios wéi die eischt 5.
Den James Cameron huet en neien Documentaire gedréint (corr: co-produzéiert) an stellt deen die nächst Woch fier. An dem Documentaire gët behaapt, dass d’Familjengruft vun der Jesus-Famill fonnt gouff. Opmanst gouff mol eng Gruft mat Särg fonnt wou d’Nimm Maria, Joseph, Jesus, Jofah (e Brudder), Maria Magdalena (seng Fra) an Judah (säin Fils) dropstinn an och Schanken dran sinn. Schengt mer bessen wakkeleg als definitiven Beweis, mee gët bestemmt amüsant. Suwuel den Film wéi d’Reaktiounen vun der Kierch.
Ech ginn mer mol Popcorn sichen. (via)