News from the Natural World: Jesus Christ has announced that he will be retracting his famous fish feeding miracle and replacing it with a 'vegan sausage roll miracle' instead.
News from the Natural World: Jesus Christ will be retracting his fish feeding miracle and replacing it with a ‘vegan sausage roll miracle’. Critics have argued that this is part of a “greenwashing” campaign to overhaul the image of Christianity.
Jesus famously fed an entire village of people with a miraculous catch of fish. A large group of apostles were fishing unsuccessfully in the Sea of Galilee when Jesus told them to try one more cast of the net. They were rewarded with a great catch of countless fish. This became known as the “Miraculous Draught of Fish” and it is believed to be one of his proudest moments.
However, Jesus received a large amount of criticism from vegan and vegetarian groups. They argued that this so-called “miracle” was, in fact, a merciless and unnecessary slaughtering of countless innocent lives. On top of that, some said that fish were sentient beings after all. Many continued to harass Jesus on Twitter. They vented their frustration and threatened to “cancel” him for this miracle. Finally, they argued that it only supported the unnecessary consumption of animals as well as cruelty.
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After weeks of criticism, Jesus eventually responded. He stated that the “original miracle had been bastardized and distorted by the Devil”. Jesus claimed that in the original miracle he hadn’t helped to raise a bumper crop of fish. Instead, he had told the apostles to cast aside their nets and leave the fish. He ordered them to the shore and told them that hunger couldn’t be satisfied by taking another beings life. He then proceeded to mutter something under his breath and swirled his arms around. When the apostles opened their eyes there was huge feast of vegan sausage roll stretching far over the horizon.
Jesus has expanded upon this and stated that he actually invented Veganism. His vegan sausage roll came way before Greggs got involved. When asked why he had been silent on this for over 2,000 years he simply stated: “The Lord works in mysterious ways”. Critics have argued that this is the same excuse that religion always uses to justify hypocrisy. They argue that Jesus was never a Vegan. There was “no way it could have been Vegan Sausage Rolls” rather than fish. They say it is all part of Jesus’s new campaign to appear more environmentally conscious. Many say he is covering up after destroying his Dad’s planet.