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Can science explain the glorified body of Jesus Christ? By that I mean, can science explain how a body can exist that is flesh and bone without blood and how a body and move through walls/doors yet have a need of nourishment and eat food?

serapha, Bibleforums.org 27 Comments [2/22/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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David D.G.

No, it can't, which is why so many thinking people recognize it as sheer nonsense.

~David D.G.

2/22/2006 8:40:58 PM


Can reasonable people in 2006 really believe this horseshit?

2/22/2006 8:42:18 PM


Is serapha talking about Jesus or Kate Moss?

2/22/2006 8:55:46 PM


Oh, Blurb, *rimshot*!

2/22/2006 9:07:21 PM


Can science explain how the CIA is controlling my thoughts using a satellite that hasn't even been launched into orbit yet?

Can science explain how homeopathy works even though the active ingredient has been diluted to the point where there probably isn't a single molecule left?

Can science explain how I can remember parts of my past lives, like when I was an Amazon Princess on the Moon, or like when I was the captain of a starship taking our people to Earth from the doomed planet of Krypton?

No, it can't. Now, is that because science is inadequete or because these things are all horseshit?

2/22/2006 9:08:42 PM


Yes it can- you have a problem with your brain.

2/22/2006 9:09:02 PM

King Spirula

No science can't explain that. But I bet the Raelians could.

2/22/2006 9:17:21 PM


Penn & Teller could.

2/22/2006 11:06:27 PM


I don't know if science can explain that body, but if you show it to some scientists, they will jolly well try. What's that? You don't have the body? You haven't seen it? You don't even have any evidence that it ever existed, other than the rambling and self-contradicting story in some ancient book? Then, perhaps you should read the \"horseshit\" explaination in several of the comments above.

2/23/2006 12:07:55 AM


Penn & Teller know everything.

2/23/2006 1:28:53 AM


Doors tend to have handles or other devices in which to open them with. Some even use sensors. I find the door is generally the preferred method to pass through a door/wall 'barrier'.

Do I get my cheese now?

2/23/2006 4:19:11 AM


erm. Yes. Yes, I think \"horseshit\" sums it up admirably.

2/23/2006 9:15:22 PM


Jesus's skills were somewhat exaggerated. (If anyone has seen the Family Guy movie Stewie Griffin the Untold Story, you'll get this joke.)

2/24/2006 6:10:50 AM


Science can explain it quite acurately. Psychiatry, to be exact.

3/1/2006 3:47:24 PM


Science can explain it, it's impossible.

12/6/2006 11:39:06 PM

dr y

Don't ask science to explain religion.

12/14/2009 9:01:48 AM


It´s called T-Virus...

you should try it,maybe you get smart

12/14/2009 2:19:31 PM


Yes. And my scientific explanation would be this:

It probably didn't happen. It flies in the face of everything we know about the world and the only evidence we have is from a single book written hundreds of years ago. We know people lie and make mistakes. That makes more sense than the laws of nature suddenly warping. So it probably did not happen.

12/14/2009 5:59:45 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Jesus ... never ... existed.

Deal with it.

12/14/2009 6:16:03 PM


Nope. Can you prove such a thing even exists? And not from the bible.

12/14/2009 7:04:22 PM

Quantum Mechanic

"Can science explain the glorified body of Jesus Christ?"

Can science explain the glorified body of Thor?

There, ... fixed.

It's a myth, shit-for-brains.

12/14/2009 7:06:10 PM

Quantum Mechanic

"Can reasonable people in 2006 really believe this horseshit? "

Of course not.
Unfortunately reasonable people are in a distinct minority; I'd put it at ~0.001% of the population.

12/14/2009 7:08:05 PM


OOOOOOOO that was so close to a rational thought.

flesh and bone without blood: a BODY can exist like that. it might be dead, but you can certainly drain a person. its not that hard.

move through walls: Quantum tunneling. this is also functionally impossible.

yet still need nourishment: this is where it all falls apart. if you had THOUGHT about this instead of assuming it, you might have had a breakthrough.

3/26/2012 9:55:47 AM


No, and if you had any evidence for any of those claims then you'd stand a god chance of convincing these scientists that there is a big gap in their understanding of the world. Unfortunately for you you don't.

3/13/2014 9:21:28 AM


First you need to provide tangible, scientific evidence for this "glorified body of Jesus Christ".
Then science can start working on understanding it and explaining it.

3/13/2014 12:16:59 PM

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