$1,000,000 to prove that Jesus isn’t the son of the Flying Spaghetti Monster

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We are willing to pay any individual $1,000,000 if they can produce empirical evidence which proves that Jesus is not the son of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

Rather silly? You might think so, but it nicely gets to the crux of the issue. I’d be fascinated to see someone try.

Do you think that they would accept an evolutionary argument stating that no direct jumps between different species is possible?

6 thoughts on “$1,000,000 to prove that Jesus isn’t the son of the Flying Spaghetti Monster”

  1. I doubt they would, as FSM and JC both being Divine beings, surely they can manifest as whatever they want to. So there is no proof that they are different species.

  2. It would be silly and funny if it wasn’t a response to a truly terrifying situation — actual legislation to displace science with mythology.

    And if you are going to teach myth, The FSM is clearly just as significant, from the standpoint of un-science.

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