September 10, 2008

Do we make too much of the similarities between people of different faiths? truth or lie?

Posted in biology, Body, child birth, children, creation, family, genetics, hope, Humor, life, Religion, Society, World tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , at 12:11 am by jimwilbur

World Religion Research
Conclusions reported by Professor Obvious
For the last 15 years our comparative religion department at WASU has been studying world religions.
We have reached a few preliminary conclusions:

  • People of all religions die at some point as do their family members, their friends and loved ones.
  • Many people of all religions tend to have sex and have children.
  • People of all religions tend to eat, sleep and drink liquids.
  • People of all religions tend to have bodies that look strikingly similar to bodies of people in other religions. For instance, we usually observe, two legs, two arms, two eyes, a single mouth, a single nose, a single head, genital bulges under clothing when worn, two hands with five fingers on each hand, two feet with five toes on each foot. This is not always the case, but common enough that it should be noted. There are many other similar details – see separate appendix.
  • Living people of all religions seem to breath, have hearts that beat and, have blood flowing through their veins.
  • The living people almost always have a complex system whereby they take food in, mash it up and, digest it.
  • Once food or liquids are consumed, it seems that people of most religions do not retain all of what they consume.
  • Universally, we observed regardless of religion people defecate and urinate.
  • We have not physically observed this but based on behavior we think most people in most religions have a brain.

We will continue to study this subject to see what other amazing similarities we can find!

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1 Comment »

  1. Lady Betty said,

    THIS HELPED A LOT..THANKS!


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