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  • I do that all the time, but Jesus has a supernatural mouth that shouldn't be burned, but he can make the burrito hotter than the sun. So there is no god. QED
  • It makes sense. Every time I have bitten into a microwave burrito I've screamed JESUS CHRIST without fail.

    He is truly with us at all times.
  • One, he hasn't got a microwave so he can''t microwave anything even if he had a reason to do so.  Two, if he microwaved a burrito too scalding hot to eat he could leave it to cool off like a good sensible person. Five minutes max.

    I imagine he like spicy food, so hot in that sense would be OK. This is because of all the time he spent in India studying Buddhism. Jesus loves a vindaloo.
  • Jesus doesn't need a microwave to nuke burritos.  I mean, He didn't need any special equipment to turn water into wine, now did He?

    /bonus points to TFA for the Sir Terry Pratchett quote at the end
  • Your deities were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should.
  • I'd be more impressed if he could make a microwave burrito that doesn't taste like ass.
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    Somewhat more serious discussion:

    "This is indeed where science and religion differ. Science requires proof, religious belief requires faith. Scientists don't try to prove or disprove God's existence because they know there isn't an experiment that can ever detect God. And if you believe in God, it doesn't matter what scientists discover about the universe - any cosmos can be thought of as being consistent with God."

    NOMA sounds nice, but has a few issues:

    1. There are infinitely many possible yet unfalsifiable ideas, many of which are in conflict.
    2. The majority of God concepts (particularly as informed by religion) make factual claims which can be tested.

    I tend to think that if you've stripped your idea of God of any characteristics that make a detectable difference in the universe, you've lost the plot
  • There is no god, but there are burritos.  Ergo, I want a burrito for lunch now.  But fresh, none of those 5G microwaves for me; those are from the devil.
  • Considering the Romans had no problem executing him by crucifying him, I'm going to guess that yes, he could microwave a burrito so hot that even he couldn't eat it.
  • It's turtles all the .... err I mean ... It's Gods all the way down.
    Our God was created by the next level God, etc.
  • This is stupid anyway, there's nothing in the Jesus story that would imply that he could eat super hot food.
  • Jesus was a human Middle Eastern male who may have lived 2000 years ago when they didn't have microwaves, so the answer is no

    Now if you assume microwaves were available, then I'd say well it was the Mideast 2 millennia ago, I doubt they ate Mexican food
  • no1curr: Jesus was a human Middle Eastern male who may have lived 2000 years ago when they didn't have microwaves, so the answer is no

    Now if you assume microwaves were available, then I'd say well it was the Mideast 2 millennia ago, I doubt they ate Mexican food


    Don't be silly!   Jesus is a Mexican name, for Christ's sake!
  • Jesus is microwaving the burritos and Satan's trying to give me taco.  Can't a guy get lunch without theological implications?
  • Jesus doesn't have to worry about any food being too hot:

    Set a guard over my mouth, Lord;
    keep watch over the door of my lips.


    - Psalm 141:3

    No matter how hot it is, he'll be fine. Besides, whenever I buy burritos from Jesus at the local taco truck, he always warns me if they're the extra spicy ones.
  • That burrito was good enough for Jehovah!
  • Um...nobody would say Jesus is invulnerable. The Son is the vulnerable part of the Holy Trinity.
  • nothing can travel faster than the speed of light - not even the USS Enterprise in Star Trek when its dilithium crystals are set to max

    That's not how warp drive works, you don't set crystals to max. Nerd anger set to max.
  • Burritos are for amateur hour.  Now a microwaved Hot Pocket is an entirely different game altogether.
  • potierrh: Burritos are for amateur hour.  Now a microwaved Hot Pocket is an entirely different game altogether.



    Hot Pockets are for crazy people and Satan, Jesus wouldn't touch those with your dick.
  • Mikey1969: This is stupid anyway, there's nothing in the Jesus story that would imply that he could eat super hot food.


    That's a honey-doodle!


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