I know what you will say to this if you are a male. You will find it hard to grasp because males have difficulty dealing with Christ on the cross.
[9/1/2003 12:00:00 ]
Fundie Index: 1
There would be a double entendre here if I wanted to work hard enough to find it.
5/7/2011 6:04:59 PM
Yes, clearly it's because I'm male...
5/7/2011 10:29:24 PM
It's his problem, it doesn't bother me at all.
5/7/2011 11:26:13 PM
10/10/2013 3:43:27 PM
10/10/2013 3:44:48 PM
Meh? How can you meh such an impressive non-sequitur?
10/10/2013 4:29:52 PM
*smacks hope's daughter upside the head*
10/10/2013 5:20:56 PM
Now if God was as sharp as the OP, he would've realised that, and instead of only Jesus getting crucified, it would've been a sort of a couples thing. You know, to avoid this gender based confusion by all the men on the planet. No wonder they don't ever allow male pastors in Christianity - it is because males have difficulty dealing with Christ on the cross... so simple. How could I've ever missed it?
Seriously now "hope's daughter", if yew don't wowch whatcher sayin' 'bout them men folk like a God fearin' Christian gal, hope's husband is gowna hafta putcha down on his knee and learn you some myners.
10/10/2013 5:35:53 PM
"males have difficulty dealing with Christ on the cross"
Women are OK nailing someone to a cross?
I think I understand what the poster is saying. The poster is talking about people who have a hard time with the image of god dying on a cross because it is a symbol of submission and selflessness. This image will be very uncomfortable for people who want their god to kick ass and say "My way or the highway to Hell!" As that is the ideal for men in modern American society, men would have a hard time with the image of Jesus on a cross.
I do not find this assertion particularly intrusive, nor any more absurd than some other parts of the Jesus myth. Therefore, I stand by my "meh."