Good Arguments That Jesus Was a Woman, or a Black Woman, or ...
are 3 good arguments that Jesus was Black:
1. He called everyone "brother" 2.
He liked Gospel 3. He couldn't get a fair trial.
But then there are
3 equally good arguments that Jesus was Jewish:
1. He went into His Fathers
business. 2. He lived at home until he was 33. 3. He was sure his Mother
was a virgin and his mother thought he was God.
But then there are 3 equally
good arguments that Jesus was Italian:
1. He talked with his hands. 2.
He had wine with every meal. 3. He used olive oil.
But then there are
3 equally good arguments that Jesus was a Californian:
1. He never cut
his hair. 2. He walked around barefoot all the time. 3. He started a new
But then there are 3 equally good arguments that Jesus was Irish:
1. He never got married. 2. He was always telling stories. 3. He
loved green pastures.
But the most compelling evidence of all - 3 proofs
that Jesus was a woman:
1. He fed a crowd at a moment's notice when there
was no food. 2. He kept trying to get a message across to a bunch of men who
just didn't get it 3. And even when he was dead, He had to get up because
there was more work to do.
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The Rev. Charles P. Henderson is a Presbyterian minister and
Executive Director of CrossCurrents.
He is the author of God and Science (John Knox Press, 1986).
A revised and expanded version of the book is appearing here. God and Science (Hypertext Edition,
He is also editor of a new book, featuring articles by world class scientists and theologians, and illustrating the leading views on the relationship between science and religion: Faith, Science and the Future (CrossCurrents Press, 2007).
Charles also tracks the boundry between the virtual and the real at his blog: Next World Design, focusing on the mediation of art, science and spirituality in the metaverse.