Richmazzer wrote:I felt like it wasn't a love conquers all thing, ("love becomes uncontrolable hunger" is actually what it said I think) but that he still maintained some waning control of his behavior and sensory perceptions so made a sacrifice while he could.
auf_weiderzen wrote:this is fiction, not literature, we are seeking entertainment no deeper truth here.)
adam wrote: to dislike a story because you define it in its most broad sense, as the reanimation of something that dies, is risky, because then technically jesus was a zombie, and the bible a zombie story, and therefore impossible to like. but not everyone does like the bible, and that's ok i guess. all im saying is that when it comes to the bible and synesthesia, you can't like one or the other- it's a package deal.
Mr. Tweedy wrote:Jesus doesn't meet those criteria, so I would say he's not a zombie, whether or not the more general term "undead" could apply. As cammo points out, Jesus is actually sort of a reverse zombie. He rises from the dead so that humans can eat His flesh. An un-zombie. Is Jesus the unundead?
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