Jesus Walked on Ice?

Cal Thomas | Syndicated columnist | Updated: Apr 13, 2006

Jesus Walked on Ice?

April 7, 2006

The missing link has been found, which proves evolution is true and Jesus didn’t walk on water. He walked on ice. Those are the latest versions of reality being promoted in the big media.

Yesterday’s New York Times and Washington Post carried stories about scientists discovering a fossil in Canada. The fossil displays characteristics of a fish, but had a head that moved independent of the body and could drag itself along land as seals do. They speculate it might also have walked. Scientists put its age at between 380 and 360 million years.

The other story is about Israeli and American scientists who theorize Jesus walked on ice and not water and that’s how this “miracle” happened. The scientists claim there were protracted cold spells two thousand years ago and the Sea of Galilee must have frozen.

This is only the latest in a sea of heresies over the centuries by non believers. I’m going to stick with the original script, which says god is far wiser than the wisest man and he has chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise. You can’t go wrong there.

Cal Thomas is a nationally syndicated columnist based in Washington, D.C.



Jesus Walked on Ice?