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To: marshmallow
From 1991, we know that Jesus was quite the fashion plate:

Oh, Jesus has on a most beautiful red velvet gown, tinged in gold all about the edging. And I can see Jesus’ slippers; His are a tan. It looks like some type of an animal skin, but they’re tan, and they’re open. His feet are very evident in His slippers.

And, if Luekens' account is to be believed, Jesus doesn't know Church History:

"Understand well: when I appointed the Apostles there were no names given as cardinals or bishops; but Peter was the first Pope, the leader, and would you say not that the Apostles were the first bishops? And after that they chose from out of multitudes, seven whom you call deacons and listed as deacons, but they were truly priests at that time.

As we all know, the early deacons were truly deacons: they did not celebrate the Eucharist, but assisted the bishops only. The office of priesthood came about in the second century, when bishops were not able to personally preside at every gathering of Christians.

9 posted on 02/11/2005 6:41:07 AM PST by sinkspur ("Preach the gospel. If necessary, use words.")
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To: sinkspur
From 1991, we know that Jesus was quite the fashion plate:
Oh, Jesus has on a most beautiful red velvet gown, tinged in gold all about the edging. And I can see Jesus’ slippers; His are a tan. It looks like some type of an animal skin, but they’re tan, and they’re open. His feet are very evident in His slippers.


All Jesus needs is a fez, a snifter of brandy, a good cigar, and a smoking jacket. :-)

I read a few of these things, before the condemnation came out.
11 posted on 02/11/2005 6:52:52 AM PST by Dominick ("Freedom consists not in doing what we like, but in having the right to do what we ought." - JP II)
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