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New Evidence Suggests God Also Had Incredibly Busty Daughter

Saturday, September 25th, 2010

New Evidence Suggests God Also Had Incredibly Busty Daughter.
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ARABAH VALLEY, ISRAEL—In a discovery that biblical scholars say could alter our most fundamental understanding of Christianity, recently unearthed manuscripts suggest that in addition to His Son, Jesus Christ, God also had a daughter with absolutely humongous breasts.
The documents, found in a cave near the Jordanian- Israeli border and estimated to have been composed circa A.D. 200, recount the life, teachings, and death of Jesus’ well-endowed twin sister, Tammi of Nazareth. According to experts, the revelation points to a more dualistic conception of the divine, one with the male principle embodied in Jesus and the female principle represented by Tammi and her giant, heaving bazoingas.

“It’s a monumental shift,” said Boston College religion professor Paul Ferber, claiming that the newly discovered texts are more significant than the Gospel of Judas or the Dead Sea Scrolls. “Tammi has single-handedly undercut the male hegemony we’ve come to associate with the Christian faith, and added an important new dimension to the holy scripture.”

“Also, the various sources are in clear agreement that Tammi had the most enormous jugs in all of Galilee,” added Ferber, gesturing with his hands.”Seriously. Like, out to here.”

The existence of Tammi has caused scholars to reexamine the Trinity of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, and replace it with a Quadrinity that includes the Daughter figure—though some, including Ferber, argue it should actually be reconstrued as “a five-way Quintinity, counting as two separate divine powers both of Tammi’s bodacious watermelons.”

According to the manuscripts, written in Greek on papyrus scrolls, Tammi led a ministry contemporaneously with her brother’s. Although she promulgated similar ideas concerning faith, humility, and forgiveness, and appeared to possess the same miraculous powers, Tammi seems to have had more difficulty communicating her message. In one passage, for example, her disciples repeatedly coax her into washing their feet, apparently for a better vantage point from which to observe her “heavenly radiance.” And while she, like Jesus, walks on water, the feat is described as almost disappointing to many onlookers, who had apparently hoped to see her run.

Professor Ned McCormick of Duke Divinity School said a complete understanding of Tammi’s teachings will require decades of research, with particularly close scrutiny given to the dozens of detailed illustrations.

Explaining the difficulty of interpreting the texts, McCormick cited a passage that reads: “Saith Tammi, ‘Consider ye this on the forgiveness of one’s enemies: Let he who would slander you sup at your table, let he who would inflict…I saith unto thee: Look upon mine eyes, which dwell within mine head, and not upon mine bosom, wherein no wisdom dwells.’ And then did Tammi snappeth her fingers together, saying, ‘Seriously; I doth mean it. Up here.'” ….