Who knew that This is My Body and This is My Blood would become not only the words of consecration in the Roman Catholic Liturgy of the Eucharist but also the title of a scientific paper in a professional archaeological journal called: Dig, baby, Dig!" Archaeologists from the Jerusalem Ecole Oblique claim to have found an organ and blood bank from the early first century CE.
Translators poured over the richly significant records and found organs and blood from a Jesus H. Christ. Mr Christ had a Bethlehem birthplace and a baptismal certificate signed, though somewhat water damaged, by a John the Southern Baptist.
One of the most shocking discoveries was a vial of what appears to be Jesus' sperm deposit. Professor Ollie Jizz explained that apparently the savior was not taking any chances as he left behind not just a treasure trove of wise sayings but also enough blood, sweat and sperm to father a considerable flock of descendants.
Christian conservatives have been rushing geneticists and stem cell scientists to Jerusalem and have joined liberals in their support for cloning!