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Wednesday, 23 September 2009

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Bible? More like babble.

In what is shocking news for millions of Christians around the world, four heaven students have admitted they wrote the bible stories as a joke. Heaven law students, Mathew, Mark, Luke and John said they wrote the stories about their best mate Jesus as a spoof during a lunch break.

Speaking to us using Messiah, the new internet Heaven messaging service Mat wrote. "We were just having a laugh at Jesus expense He was always boasting about his miracles so we thought we might bring him down to Earth by writing a spoof about His life. When we wrote it we never thought it would have such an impact on the world. We just never thought anyone would believe it. After all, if virgin births, walking on water, feeding the five thousand, curing cripples by touching them and dying and coming back to life is not seen as a spoof story then I don't know what is."

Luke or Lucky to his friends did add "Some bits of it are true of course. He was born in Bethlehem but not in a stable. He was born at the Bethlehem maternity hospital and there was a last supper down at the Nags head but most of the other stuff was just made up."

Jesus wasn't available for comment as he was on a vacation with Mary Magdalene but apparently he took his mates ribbing in good faith.

Editors note: Please no fatwah's.

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