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Well I think the artist nailed it!!!
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Jesus had a six pack?
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On 2008-10-16 10:14, Bad to the Balloon wrote:
Well I think the artist nailed it!!!


Beautiful Mark.
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On 2008-10-16 10:31, Cholly, by golly! wrote:
Jesus had a six pack?


In every "picture" Ive seen.

You never heard the saying "Ripped like Jesus"?
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Notice the recurring abs of steel.
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Sorry, guys... I don't get it.

Every painting and sculpture of the Crucifixion I've seen, shows Jesus thin and emaciated.

His abs are sometimes pretty defined but not in a Bruce Lee "ripped" way.

More of a "half-starved and suspended 15 feet in the air" way.

Is this a denominational thing?

Most of the churches I've attended have been Protestant (Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, etc).

Maybe it's from the movies?
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http://www.aspencountry.com/assets/produ......2220.jpg

Huh??
I use the Wiiliam DeFoe model.
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I think the part I care for the least is the recurring grin on his face. I think John Holmes with his Christ on the Cross balloon had the most accurate depiction if that's what we're looking for. I can't find a good pic on the net.
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On 2008-10-19 09:24, Bad to the Balloon wrote:
Since we are showing of our Jesus statues:
http://markbyrne.balloonhq.com/complete.......&idl=197


photo id# 59691
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Amazing what happens when you type in John Holmes Jesus...
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On 2008-12-03 23:19, Bad to the Balloon wrote:
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On 2008-10-19 09:24, Bad to the Balloon wrote:
Since we are showing of our Jesus statues:
http://markbyrne.balloonhq.com/complete.......&idl=197


photo id# 59691
Page keeps changing as I add to it...

Amazing what happens when you type in John Holmes Jesus...


Yes, his first and last name isn't the most internet friendly out there.
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For what it's worth on the emaciated Jesus. Considering he was a Carpenter in the days before lumber mills I would think He would have had to be strong Considering if He needed a beam it meant felling it and dressing it by hand. To say nothing of the fact that He endured a ROMAN beating. The whole 40 stripes save one didn't apply to the Romans. That was Jewish law.

Any way, just the ramblings of an old Bible Student.
Carry on.....
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My question is when it finally deflates will it reinflate itself?
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On 2008-12-31 23:10, Scruffy the Clown wrote:
For what it's worth on the emaciated Jesus. Considering he was a Carpenter in the days before lumber mills I would think He would have had to be strong Considering if He needed a beam it meant felling it and dressing it by hand. To say nothing of the fact that He endured a ROMAN beating. The whole 40 stripes save one didn't apply to the Romans. That was Jewish law.

Any way, just the ramblings of an old Bible Student.
Carry on.....


Agreed. Most scholars are of the opinion that Christ was formidable. Maybe we should revisit the scene where he is trashing the market in front of the temple.
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My question is when it finally deflates will it reinflate itself?


in 3 days
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On 2008-12-31 23:10, Scruffy the Clown wrote:
For what it's worth on the emaciated Jesus. Considering he was a Carpenter in the days before lumber mills I would think He would have had to be strong Considering if He needed a beam it meant felling it and dressing it by hand. To say nothing of the fact that He endured a ROMAN beating. The whole 40 stripes save one didn't apply to the Romans. That was Jewish law.

Any way, just the ramblings of an old Bible Student.
Carry on.....


Agreed. Most scholars are of the opinion that Christ was formidable. Maybe we should revisit the scene where he is trashing the market in front of the temple.


most "scholars" would say christ was mortal.
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Toomuchmagic "in 3 days". You complete me, thanks.
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most "scholars" would say christ was mortal.


Umm... Ok... I mean, ooooohhhhh goood burn!!!

???
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I like it! This was time well spent, I snagged this for my background.
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