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Old November 14th, 2002, 07:36 AM
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"God is dead", or so said Nietzsche, the famous German philosopher. He probably didn't visit India before saying so.

Nietzsche's theory was proved incorrect when thousands of devotees thronged a small suburb in Bangalore to catch the glimpse of their venerable deity, Jesus Christ, on - believe it or not - a chapati.

Strange, but true. A hazy image of Jesus appeared on a chapati that was partly burnt, a demonstration that faith is rewarded by miracles.

Sheela Anthony, a staunch Christian, came home after offering prayers at a church and prepared chapatis for her kids. The children refused to eat one of them as it was burnt. After looking at it carefully, she found an emblem of Jesus on the burnt part.

Overflowing with spiritual emotions at Bangalore's Renewal Retreat Centre, a place of prayer for Christians, she said, "For a moment the burnt part of the chapati looked like Christ. I couldn't believe my eyes and kept looking at it. With a lot of hesitation, I showed it to my daughters and neighbours, who also said that it was Jesus."

Thereafter Sheela Authony took it to Father George Jacob of Renewal Retreat Center, who confirmed that the image was indeed that of Jesus. He firmly believes that it is a miracle.

"Being a staunch devotee of Jesus, it was Sheela's great gift to the other followers. From morning till late in the evening, around 20,000 people come in to catch the glimpse of Lord Jesus on the chapati," said Father Jacob.

The "holy chapati" has been placed at the central shrine for public viewing. Followers who came from distant places to witness it felt that it was a huge miracle.

But there were others who felt that it was merely a figment of imagination.

Miracles like these are not surprising in a land where Ganesha can drink milk and Allah appear on brinjals

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Old November 17th, 2002, 03:37 PM
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This is true - I once made a chapati that had the exact photo of my Gand on it

I belive it was an act of God too
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This is true - I once made a chapati that had the exact photo of my Gand on it

I belive it was an act of God too
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Old November 18th, 2002, 04:15 AM
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god can do anything, including imprinting his image on any surface of his choosing, whenever he wants to.

that he has, on this occasion, chosen the lowly chapati as the object of his affection is not for us to question. otherwise we will be damned forever in hell and will have to eat rotis with the picture of tinda's gand on it.

me, i would prefer jesus's picture on my chapati any time
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This is true - I once made a chapati that had the exact photo of my Gand on it
tinda .... learn to use the 'belan' for making rotis
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