You should check which Gospels contain which accounts before you make a complete ass of yourself.
Well I see you didn't deal with the suggestion that SAINT JOHN THE BELOVED is in Sauniere's window also. Minus a halo.
Check out the red head to the left of Jesus. Head tilted towards Jesus and no halo.
One would think St. John the Beloved would have a halo.
That statement left me gobsmacked.
That's what I've been saying all along. He/she doesn't but Mary has the Moon symbol around her head. It's a pagan (Druidic) scene.THAT'S THE POINT FROM THE FIRST POST
Thanks for giving me another opportunity to reiterate this.
You can reiterate whatever you like as often as you like. You know less about Druids that you know about the Gospels - if it's possible to know less than zero.
So Sauniere, the priest hasn't read the gospel of John then?
I have no reason to believe that he wouldn't have read the Gospel of John at some point; however, he would not have found the story illustrated in the second window (taken from Luke 10) to which you wrongly, incorrectly, mistakenly, and falsely attributed it (because, predictably, you always hit "send" before you check your faulty assertions).
Thank you for quoting LUKE 10. I said Luke 7 old chum. Nice try, no banana. it seems you don't read the very passgaes YOU are quoting.
So where is she at the house of Simon the Leper? LUKE 7
Immaterial, and don't try to change the subject simply because you're humiliated yet again. The topic at hand was the second window showing Mary and Martha with Jesus, which you wrongly, incorrectly, mistakenly, and falsely
attributed to the Gospel of John (because you didn't check your source again
); I simply pointed out the fact that, once again, like clockwork
, you were flat-out wrong.
But immediately before your obsessive chapter of Luke 7 you have Luke 6 where you'll find the plain text of the Dagobert parchment.
In Luke 6 you'll find Jesus and ALL
of the disciples walking in a corn field. Don't tell me, he managed to shake them all off at the pass prior to him continuing alone to the Leper's (sorry Pharisee's) house.
Well all of them except Judas that is.
Judas was there it said so. So let me see if I have this straight. In your world none of the disciples had travelled with Jesus but Judas had.
OK got you. Nurse!
LOL! Got me on what? Every line in the quote immediately above was written by YOU! Not one word of that psychotic diatribe comes from me! You're now arguing with yourself?
Just a quick note to those who are not obsessed with trying to play down the now obvious fact that the stained glass window in Sauniere's church depicts a pagan scene showing Mary the Moon and Jesus the Sun. I'm in seventh heaven over this anointing.
There is a blasphemous suggestion amongst some scholars that SAINT LAZARUS is in fact SAINT JOHN THE BELOVED. The unedited version of the gospel of Mark is quite illuminating on this.
Oh and by the way John is not a name, it is a title which means God Given. This title could also apply to a woman of course.To anyone else reading this. It should be noted that Tim doesn't want to talk about the gospel of John because it blows his entire argument apart.
You are the one who can't tell the obvious differences between Luke's narrative and John's. Clearly you fail to comprehend either one. Perhaps you're too busy looking for Wiccan Druids to pay proper attention.