We hope you had a good holiday!
Welcome back to the Wesley Weekly. Hopefully you’ve been having a good break and didn’t get too stressed with holiday things.
What You May Have Missed…
We’ve been on break for the past two weeks, so you probably didn’t miss too much.
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This Thursday, we’re going back to a topic we have previously discussed a little bit, gender roles in the Bible. Jim has promised some “absolutely horrific materials that should make for an interesting discussion.” If you’re interested in joining us, send us a message to get the link to the Zoom call!
Prayers and Concerns
We continue to wish for the best of all of our students as they prepare to go back to school for the spring semester.
If there is anything you would like the community to pray for, send us a message, or reach out to us on our social media pages.
This week, we jumped back in with our weird questions.
Q: “Would Jesus be considered a zombie?”
“I’m not sure, maybe depending on what you mean by zombie.”
“No, unless you can prove that he rotted or craved brains.”
“Undeath means something acts and moves but isn’t alive. Zombies as undead are corpses that act and feed without actually sustaining something that is alive. Jesus however describes himself as the resurrection and the life. Since life is contradictory to undeath, the answer is no.”
“In Haitian folklore, zombies don’t crave brains. However, they also don’t think, and Jesus could still talk theology.”
“Yes, green/grey skin and all. Holy zombie Jesus. He will bless your brains with his holy teeth.”
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