This morning, while I was making toast, I received what I believe to be a sign from God.
The “Sign of Jonah” appeared on my morning toast, irrefutable evidence that Simcha Jacobovici and Dr. James Tabor are correct about their claim to have discovered an ossuary with a ‘great fish’ inscribed on it, offering the “the earliest archaeological record of Christians ever found.”
My young daughter said that it looked like a fish, so it passed the “Talitha test,” thereby confirming that it’s a fish.
Note very natural pats of butter all around the edges. Unfortunately, my tech assistant accidentally rotated the toast 90 degrees to make it fit better on the plate, but if you would have bought my book and read it, you’d have known that it’s disoriented.
Filed under: humor, pseudoscience, satire | Tagged: great fish, James Tabor, Jesus Discovery, jonah, ossuary, simcha jacobovici, talitha, Talpiyot, The Jesus Discovery, The Resurrection Tomb Mystery, whale |