If you bid a lot of money on this wafer, you win the eBay auction.
If you *don’t* bid a lot of money on this wafer, we all win the eBay auction.
But if you’re a true Christian, you just have to ask yourself: How much is Jesus worth?
Brilliant marketing, I say.
A priest gave me a consecrated communion wafer when I last attended Catholic mass. Instead of eating it right then and there, I decided to save it for a later time.
Oddly enough, I happened to see parts of Mel Gibson’s film The Passion of the Christ that very same day which has filled my mind with numerous ideas. I’ve glued together a couple popsicle sticks, have three thumbtacks, a needle, and a thorny stem from a rose.If this auction does not reach an appropriate amount, I will reenact the film with my wafer. I’m rather creative so I’ll take artistic license with the wafer, perhaps lighting it aflame or placing it in other unsavory situations or locations, such as the bathroom. I’ll be sure to make a video for all to enjoy should that be the case.
I say “appropriate amount” because I want to objectively measure the worth of the Lord Jesus Christ. Setting an arbitrary amount would not allow me to do so.
(Thanks to Janice for the link!)
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