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5th April 2010, 06:35 PM
Here’s an interesting tidbit – Jesus must have been a woman! Assuming everyone back in those God-fearing times told the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth; and assuming that JC was an actual, albeit mortal, historical figure; and assuming that the people of the time knew a virgin birth* when they saw one, then JC had to have received 100% of ‘his’ genetic material from ‘his’ biological mother, which means ‘he’ must have been born a woman! Now did JC have a sex-change operation, or couldn’t the people of those times distinguish male from female? There’s something screwy going on somewhere.
*Parthenogenesis – the development of an egg without fertilization – isn’t unknown to biologists. I guess it could take place in a woman, even if it would be a billion to one occurrence. I do recall the scene in the movie “Jurassic Park” – where did those dinosaur eggs come from if all the cloned dinosaurs were the same sex in order to prevent uncontrolled breeding? I seem to recall a quote something along the lines of ‘nature finds a way’.
5th April 2010, 06:44 PM
If he was the perfect being maybe he was a hermaphrodite... and I don't mean that in a denigrating sense.
But given it is the male who determines the sex of an infant, maybe jesus was sexless... considering he really wasn't planted to reproduce on earth... who bloody knows lol
Does bring one of my long burning questions to the surface... how do they know or why do they refer to god as male? it is always referred to as he... but that is another topic.
5th April 2010, 07:00 PM
I'm sold!!! Count me in. Whats your gods name and where do I sign up. Those other religions are full of crazy people. Your thinkin is good.
5th April 2010, 07:08 PM
Well, of course we know that Jesus was a woman...
1) She fed a crowd at a moment's notice when there was no food.
2) She kept trying to get a message across to a bunch of men who just didn't get it
3) And even when She was dead, She had to get up because there was more work to do.
Sorry, hoary old chestnut, I know... :o
6th April 2010, 02:36 AM
I'm in! Surely the holy spirit doesn't have an Y chromosome.
6th April 2010, 01:03 PM
You guys are hilarious! I luv it :-) thanks, WR
6th April 2010, 02:58 PM
There are three major problems in parthenogenesis in humans, but I forget what they are! I do remember that each one would require a major redesign that would be unlikely via N.S. One would need cod, but of course, he is not there.
One of the problems is genomic imprinting, where the body keeps track of the genes/chromosomes that came from mother and father.
6th April 2010, 05:03 PM
*Parthenogenesis – the development of an egg without fertilization – isn’t unknown to biologists. I guess it could take place in a woman, even if it would be a billion to one occurrence. I do recall the scene in the movie “Jurassic Park” – where did those dinosaur eggs come from if all the cloned dinosaurs were the same sex in order to prevent uncontrolled breeding?
Although I would not look to Hollywood to get your science, it is worth pointing out that the science this was loosely based on had nothing to do with Parthenogenesis but rather spontaneous sex change.
The "missing DNA" in dinosaurs, which was not retrieved from the fossils, was spliced with modern reptilian DNA to fill in the gaps.
Reptiles and Fish have the ability to shift sex when they find themselves in an environment overly populated by one dominant sex.
the theory in the movie was that the spliced DNA contained the DNA to give that ability to the all female dinosaurs that were created.
That said however, I have long repeated the theory to anyone who will listen that Jesus must have been female. It is the male gamete in Humans that selects the sex of the child. A Zygote formed from all female DNA in humans would have to be female.
16th April 2010, 11:15 AM
After having read the first couple of posts in this thread I am prepared to move on, but not before I mention that Mary was NOT a virgin. If you think about it, Joseph was somebody who publically did the right thing. If I had been younger and with a hot teen gal Iprobably would have defiled her too. Has anybody thought that the 'virgin birth' was a story made up to save a reputation?
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