So *That’s* How Jesus Did It…

It was Red Bull, everyone. Red Bull.

Somehow, that ad is controversial

I still prefer Family Guy‘s version of Jesus’ miracles:

(via Joe. My. God.)

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  • Greisha

    I ignored Red Bull all these years and did not know I was doing work for God.

  • Robster

    The godly should be pleased. What’s been considered up until now as total bull has been relegated to Red bull.

  • Anonymous

    Reminds me of the joke about the rabbi, priest, and minister who went fishing. Also wish Jesus had said, “Me!” because it would have been funnier.

    I like how Southpark did the fish and bread, “Now turn around… Now Turn around…”

  • Nonexistentpuppies

    If people are offended by this, then religion is utterly beyond criticism.

    BTW Protestant rationalists from the 18th century would have loved the stepping stones thing, as they always wanted to keep the bible as the inspired word of God, but also find a naturalistic explanation for Jesus’ miracles. That’s where we get the ‘swoon theory’ from: Jesus didn’t actually die on the cross, but later recovered his strength, after which he appeared to his disciples.