What if the Gospels were
written as blogs?
by Eric Sammons
says: please note that the opinions expressed in this post do not
necessarily reflect the views of the author(s). The source article was originally posted on
The Divine Life - Why We Were Created web site.
The Gospel writer Matthew posted the following update to his blog:
Update - Fellow blogger John has written
that he and Peter went to the tomb and it was empty! The burial clothes were
there, but no body!
Zedekiah: I can't believe you actually believe Mary Magdalene. She
obviously is delusional (just look at her history) and you are a sap to take
Abinadab: Good point @Zedekiah. But what I can't believe is that
anyone would take a former tax-collector seriously. What a joke.
Luke: Great post! I'm going to link to you on my own blog!
Please click the
icon to follow us on Facebook.Azel: This is ridiculous - no one
takes this Jesus of Nazareth seriously; I mean, really, from Nazareth?
Everyone knows that the Messiah will come from Bethlehem. You guys are all
Hazael: This is clearly a hoax. I notice how you were conveniently
not at his crucifixion, and how the only witness you have for his
"resurrection" is a woman with a questionable history. I'll take you
seriously when you show a little more proof.
Ahaziah: I don't really care about this Jesus fellow; what really
matters is that we overthrow the oppressive Roman rulers. Everyone should
know better than to listen to a guy who used to work for the Romans. Shame
Saul of Tarsus: Jesus is a heretic and anyone who follows him has
left the true Faith of God Almighty. Mark my words, there will be
consequences for these actions?
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