Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Jesus must have been female

Oh all right (or all left), depending on which way you look at it, and depending on the logic.
Click on Parthenogenesis.

Um, ok, i have random passing thoughts .. or rather, record random passing thoughts.

This RPT was actually prompted by a post at Andrew Bartlett's blog referring to the "debate" over stem cell research. It crossed what passes for my mind that perhaps the "christians" were getting their knickers in a knot over "cloning" and confusing the .. err, um .. issue as, subliminally, they may be contemplating the concept of another Jesus.. who, according to the stories, was born without a (human) father .

Dagnabbit, the two concepts, scientifically, are quite different... and Jesus was born (or rather "established" as born) from the fertile minds of ancient celibate priests.


Anne Johnson said...

You don't need cloning to know Jesus was a woman.

1. He was surrounded by adoring but clueless men.

2. He liked kids.

3. He made perfect sense but no one understood him anyway.

4. Even after he died he had to get back up again because there was more work to be done.

Davo said...

Drat, i rather liked the notion that he was a bloke who fought against the idea of the Roman Empire, fell in love with Mary and had kids of his own .. oh well ..