Coffee Snob: Was he also a nappy headed ho?
Uncle Tractor: Translations of the gospel can be found here.
buntz: Although I'm not a fan or listener of Imus, he IS correct that there were a ton of gospels that the "Church" decided they didn't want to print.
miscreant: buntz: Although I'm not a fan or listener of Imus, he IS correct that there were a ton of gospels that the "Church" decided they didn't want to print.I'm sure they're all about as true and believable as the ones the church did choose to print.
TappingTheVein: The Gospel of Thomas is far more interesting.
buntz: /protip: don't bring up the 'lost' gospels if you go to Catholic School. They don't like it when you bring it up.
Skarekrough: Coffee Snob: Was he also a nappy headed ho?What a gorgeous race....see which the GOP will accept first; black Jesus or gay Jesus.
buntz: I don't know what is in all of them (there are tons of shows on the History channel about this sort of thing) but I certainly wouldn't doubt something like that was in one of them!
FlashHarry: [userserve-ak.last.fm image 500x559]the gospel according to judas iscariot? i loved that album!
BalugaJoe: Imus is still on the air?
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