I presume you would also question the Lord's belief in the writings of
Moses and the prophets (expressed by Father Abraham - Lk.16:31), on the
basis that he - the Creator - was obviously unaware of the Theory of
John W Burgeson wrote:
> Vernon wrote: "The record of Jonah's experiences is part of the Canon of
> Holy Writ - experiences that are here clearly ratified by Jesus himself.
> Is it reasonable to believe that he would offer a _myth_ as the 'sign' of
> his own death and resurrection?"
> Short answer. Yes.
> If I were to plan a raft trip down the Mississippi, and told you I'd do
> it "just like Huckleberry did," you'd understand me and hardly be
> confused by my referring to a book of fiction rather than a history book.
> John Burgeson (Burgy)
> (science/theology, quantum mechanics, baseball, ethics,
> humor, cars, God's intervention into natural causation, etc.)
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