It\’s a Religious Thang!
Have they found the tomb of Christ? Well… I understand the importance the resurrection story holds in our particular religion. If I too knew some guy that had been killed and placed inside a cave with a rock in front of it and I visited the cave to find the rock moved and his body gone, the only logical assumption would be that he had risen from the dead and is the son of God. Once, my friend Steve was rushed to hospital to have his appendix removed and I visited him the next day to find his bed empty. I immediately sacrificed a goat and burnt a witch in his name but it turned out that he had not had appendicitis, just a very dodgy burger from a van, and was at home playing Playstation. Someone probably should have asked \”So the rock has been moved and he\’s gone… has anyone checked his house?\” I realise Playstation was not around in those days but they probably had the equivalent. A muddy stick or something. I would have said \”Can someone please check if Jesus is at home playing with his muddy stick, if not, then and only then should we all assume, logically, that he has risen from the dead and is the son of God.\” If we accept though, that Jesus was the son of an Infinite Being capable of anything, he probably did have a Playstation. Probably a Playstation 7. God would probably have said to him, \”I was going to wait another two thousand years to give you this but seeing as you have been good… just don\’t tell your mother about Grand Theft Auto.\”