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Old 04-05-2010, 10:46 PM   #1
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Default Jesus potato. Clear evidence of the Divine.

JFC.

http://www.fox8.com/news/wjw-potato-...,3636830.story

PARMA, Ohio -- Kathy Green says she was "pleasantly startled" when she sliced open a potato Sunday afternoon.

The surprise? Two small indentations, in the shape of a cross, on each half of the potato.

Green, of Parma, says she was already reflecting on her life's blessings while she prepared an Easter dinner.

But after taking a second glance at what she thought was a "bad spot" in the potato, she realized it was something much greater.

"I guess God's promises can be found anywhere, and finding this on Easter was especially fitting," Green said.

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Old 04-05-2010, 10:48 PM   #2
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Jesus potato is null and void, as Jesus did not die on (or have anything to do with) a cross.

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A tradition of the Church which our fathers have inherited, was the adoption of the words "cross" and "crucify." These words are nowhere to be found in the Greek of the New Testament. These words are mistranslations, a "later rendering," of the Greek words stauros and stauroo. Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words says, "STAUROS denotes, primarily, an upright pole or stake...Both the noun and the verb stauroo, to fasten to a stake or pole, are originally to be distinguished from the ecclesiastical form of a two-beamed cross. The shape of the latter had its origin in ancient Chaldea (Babylon), and was used as the symbol of the god Tammuz (being in the shape of the mystic Tau, the initial of his name)...By the middle of the 3rd century A.D. the churches had either departed from, certain doctrines of the Christian faith. In order to increase the pretige of the apostate ecclesiastical system pagans were received into the churches apart from regeneration by faith, and were permitted largely to retain their pagan signs and symbols. Hence the Tau or T, in its most frequent form, with the cross piece lowered, was adopted..." [1]

Dr. Bullinger, The Companion Bible, appx. 162 states, "crosses were used as symbols of the Babylonian Sun-god...It should be stated that Constantine was a Sun-god worshipper...The evidence is thus complete, that the Lord was put to death upon and upright stake, and not on two pieces of timber placed at any angle." [2]
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Jesus potato is null and void, as Jesus did not die on (or have anything to do with) a cross.

A tradition of the Church which our fathers have inherited, was the adoption of the words "cross" and "crucify." These words are nowhere to be found in the Greek of the New Testament. These words are mistranslations, a "later rendering," of the Greek words stauros and stauroo. Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words says, "STAUROS denotes, primarily, a tuber or potato...Both the noun and the verb stauroo, to fasten to a root or legume, are originally to be distinguished from the ecclesiastical form of a melon. The shape of the latter had its origin in ancient Chaldea (Babylon), and was used as the symbol of the god Tammuz (being in the shape of the mystic Tau, the initial of his name)...By the middle of the 3rd century A.D. the churches had either departed from, certain doctrines of the Christian faith. In order to increase the pretige of the apostate ecclesiastical system pagans were received into the churches apart from regeneration by faith, and were permitted largely to retain their pagan signs and symbols. Hence the potato, in its most frequent form, with the inside going bad, was adopted..." [1]

Dr. Bullinger, The Companion Bible, appx. 162 states, "tubers were used as symbols of the Babylonian Sun-god...It should be stated that Constantine was a Sun-god worshipper...The evidence is thus complete, that the Lord was put to death inside a potato, and not on two pieces of timber placed at any angle." [2]
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