A 2003 response to the Popular Mechanics Jesus

This morning I was doing a bit of reading on the so-called “Popular Mechanics Jesus” (see Mike Fillon, “The Real Face of Jesus: Advances in Forensic Science Reveal the Most Famous Face in History,” Popular Mechanics, December 2002, pp. 68-71) and I ran across a comment from a reader in the February 2003 issue that made me laugh a bit:

Apparently, Josh Johns of Stafford, VA, wanted more separation of church and, eh, power tools.


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