"At the Holy Land Experience in Orlando, Florida, Jesus is crucified most afternoons around 5 p.m. On the day I visited last fall, things were humming along right on time, if remarkably quickly. Six minutes after the redeemer’s bloodied corpse was carried into the tomb, a shout—“I am alive!”—proclaimed his return. A gold-spangled, virile-looking Jesus emerged from a cloud of smoke to announce that the sick shall be healed, and then kicked off a Hallelujah dance party." ‎· Eivind
Capitalism at its best :D ‎· SaeedTheGiraffe ?
@saeedgreen: Article claims these fundie theme parks even get the religious org tax break :) ‎· Eivind
ahahaha! this is sooooo good! #cizıs ‎· grizabella
@eivind, check this one out. from a friend who lives in buenos aires :) ‎· grizabella
@grizabella: Haha! Amazing! ‎· Eivind
My dad was an actor and presenter/MC to pay his way through college in Peru. He played Pontius Pilate in the Passion Play and the troupe owner played Jesus. At the end of the play, amid reverent silence -- Jesus dead on the cross -- Jesus would raise his head and announce the time of the next performance. #perumemories ‎· bentley
"Jesus would raise his head and announce the time of the next performance. ‎- bentley" haha, cool! ‎· grizabella
Good Lord! ‎· Will
Confession: I've performed Jesus in pantomime on the streets of Ukraine in absolute seriousness. Those fundamentalist days are behind me, but I learned first hand how powerful of an endorphin rush the cocktail of religious passion + theatrical performance + repetition in the hot sun can be. ‎· Micah
@micah: The wild eyed, manic, guitar playing, "cool" Christians of my youth always tried to sell Jesus to us as a drug :) ‎· Eivind