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99,741. Let me say it’s great to be back … Mostly nostalgia … I’m not complaining, it’s only material goods … I really could use a bicycle … Luke and Mark used a lot of drugs … He [Lazarus] wasn’t dead; he was hungover … Actually we had thirteen … Red the Apostle: Nah! Red kept pretty much to himself … Don’t get started on Judas! … You never want to be crucified on an empty stomach … I thought it would rain … I do remember sleeping a long time after the crucifixion … With the population explosion it’s one angel for every six people … We just don’t have the staff to handle the workload any more … Today, you got people praying for hockey teams, for longer finger nails, to lose weight … Don’t give your money to the Church: they should be giving their money to you … Bell-bottoms will be coming back in the years 2015. (Comedy & Jesus) George Carlin, Napalm and Silly Putty audio, interviews himself as Jesus
123,672. Jesus didn’t come to make us rich. (Corporation & United States of America & Jesus & Democracy) Chris Hedges, lecture Seattle University 2018, ‘Corporate Totalitarianism: The End Game’ *****
114,234. Jesus: Almost revered back then as Beyonce is today. (Christmas & Jesus) Cunk on Christmas, BBC 2017
114,235. Mary had to give birth here on the floor like a crack addict … He was born with a big yellow circle round his head. (Christmas & Jesus) ibid.
114,236. Incredibly, the day he was born was only the beginning of Jesus’ life. (Christmas & Jesus) ibid.
97,982. I hear you have allowed Jesus to come into your life. Yeah, that’s beautiful, that’s wonderful, that’s lovely, isn’t it, that’s lovely. And I was wondering, how does that work for you on a day to day, considering your line of work, mate? (Gangs UK: Birmingham & Jesus) Peaky Blinders s3e5, Mr Solomons to Arthur, BBC 2016
12,289. Servant of God, well done, well hast thou fought
The better fight, who single has maintained
Against revolted multitudes the cause
Of truth, in word mightier than they in arms. John Milton, Paradise Lost 6:29
309. O Son, why sit we here each other viewing
Idely, while Satan our great Author thrives
In other worlds? (God & Jesus & Satan) ibid. X 235-236, God to Jesus
12,366. This is the month, and this the happy morn
Wherein the son of heaven’s eternal king
Of wedded maid, and virgin mother born,
Our great redemption from above did bring. John Milton, On the Morning of Christ’s Nativity
12,367. It was the winter wild,
While the heaven-born-chid
All meanly wrapped in the rude manger lies;
Nature in awe to him
Had doffed her gaudy trim,
With her great master so to sympathise. ibid.
12,368. The stars with deep amaze
Stand fixed in steadfast gaze,
Bending one way their precious influence,
And will not take their flight
For all the morning light,
Or Lucifer that often warned them thence. ibid.
12,369. The helmed cherubim
And sworded seraphim
Are seen in glittering ranks with wings displayed. (Jesus & Angels) ibid.
12,370. And hell itself will pass away,
And leave her dolorous mansions to the peering day. (Jesus & Hell) ibid.
12,371. So when the sun in bed,
Curtained with cloudy red,
Pillows his chin upon an orient wave. ibid.
19. If I thought the Jews killed God, I’d worship the Jews. (God & Jesus & Jew & Kill) Bill Hicks
28,539. Q) How do you feel about Jesus Christ?
A) I’m very fond of Jesus. My whole trouble is with his father. (God & Jesus) Shelby Foote
319. It is at this point we need to go back to the ancient Egyptians to further understand The Greatest Story Ever Told. Though all the essential pieces of the Christian story were long in existence before Egypt, it was the coming of the Pharaohs that the story was finally codified and became religious dogma. (Religion & Egyptians & Christianity & Jesus) Jordan Maxwell, Paul Tice & Alan Snow, That Old Time Religion
12,310. Jesus is called the Lamb of God. The Lamb of God that takes away the sins of the world. Now, you talk about an old concept and an old motif – that certainly is. Virtually all the ancient religions in the world had a Lamb of God that takes away the sins of the world. Jordan Maxwell, The Naked Truth
12,312. If we could believe that he [Jesus] really countenanced the follies, the falsehoods, and the charlatanisms which his biographers father on him, and admit the misconstructions, interpolations, and theorizations of the fathers of the early, and the fanatics of the latter, ages, the conclusion would be irresistible by every sound mind that he was an impostor. Thomas Jefferson
499. In our Richmond there is much fanaticism, but chiefly among the women. They have their night meetings and praying parties, where, attended by their priests, and sometimes by a hen-pecked husband, they pour forth the effusions of their love to Jesus, in terms as amatory and carnal, as their modesty will permit to a merely earthly lover. (Religion & Fanatic & Jesus) Thomas Jefferson
12,287. The day will come when the mystical generation of Jesus, by the Supreme Being as his father, in the womb of a virgin, will be classed with the fable of the generation of Mineva in the brain of Jupiter. Thomas Jefferson
707. In the unity of the godhead there are three persons: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. These three persons being truly distinct one from another. Thus in the words of the Athenasian creed the Father is God, the Son is God, and the Holy Spirit is God. Yet there are not three Gods but one God. (God & Jesus & Holy Ghost & Catholicism) Catholic Encyclopaedia
4,325. In pursuit of power mankind builds new empires. New connections. Now one man’s life and death will touch the lives of millions. It will transform the destiny of an empire, and change the story of all of us. (Humanity & Roman Empire & Jesus) Mankind: The Story of All of Us III, History 2012
4,326. Jerusalem: 33 A.D. A provincial city under Roman rule. Occupied for a hundred years. (Humanity & Roman Empire & Jesus) ibid.
4,327. It can take three days to die on a cross: blood-loss, shock, dehydration, suffocation. (Humanity & Roman Empire & Jesus & Crucifixion) ibid.
4,711. That little man ... he says women can’t have as much rights as men, cause Christ wasn’t a woman. Where did your Christ come from? From God and a woman. Man had nothing to do with Him. (Woman & Rights & Jesus) Sojourner Truth, speech to Women’s Rights Convention 1851
12,396. The Book of Thomas does give us a Jesus who seems less apocalyptic ... More a gentle teacher of wisdom. (Jesus & Bible & New Testament & Apocrypha) Mysteries of the Bible s1e2: Jesus in Galilee, A&E 1994
12,397. Sepphoris: why do the Gospels make no mention of the business metropolis? (Jesus & Bible & New Testament & Gospels) ibid.
12,392. The Christmas story remains an unsolvable enigma. (Jesus & Bible & New Testament & Christmas) Mysteries of the Bible s1e6: Jesus: Holy Child
12,393. Luke’s account: there is no star shining in the heavens and there is no wise men. (Jesus & Bible & New Testament & Luke) ibid.
12,394. Mythology’s list of virgin births is impressive. (Jesus & Bible & New Testament & Virgin & Myth) ibid.
12,395. For the first three hundred years after Jesus lived and died December 25th was not Christmas. (Jesus & Bible & New Testament & Christmas) ibid.
12,410. No written account by an eye-witness exists of the unique life and death of the young preacher from Galilee. (Jesus & Bible & New Testament) Mysteries of the Bible s2e7: The Execution of Jesus
12,411. He ruled over Judea when Jesus was born. (Jesus & Bible & New Testament & Judea & Herod) Mysteries of the Bible s3e2: Herod the Great
12,412. Nearly everything we know of Herod’s life comes from a Jewish historian named Josephus who lived a century after Herod’s death. (Jesus & Bible & New Testament & Judea & Herod) ibid.
12,413. What mad drive for power could bring a King to kill his own kin? (Jesus & Bible & New Testament & Judea & Herod) ibid.
12,414. He continues to build as if driven by an obsession. (Jesus & Bible & New Testament & Judea & Herod) ibid.
12,415. The Slaughter of the Innocents – even Josephus ... makes no mention of this crime. (Jesus & Bible & New Testament & Judea & Herod) ibid.