He had crossed over the sea of Galilee (ie: outside of Israel) and the non-Jewish farmers happened to be in the pig business.Sleekit said:
Because he traveled a lot? He was by a town when the possessed man accosted him, and farming tends to take place just outside of town/city walls. Jews kept pigs as garbage disposals, they just didn't eat them.Sleekit said:
...and a bizarre change in behaviour from a police captain...Diddy_Mao said:A flamboyant story with little more than eyewitness reports for proof and a Reverend seeking fame and fortune by selling his story.
Doesn't seem there's much mystery here.
Congrats. A police officer suddenly doing an about turn on his beliefs regarding spirituality raises mine.Pyrian said:
The article actually brings this up. Page 3: "Is this a case of religious hysteria and the power of suggestion, especially on the minds of small children or does this really prove once and for all that spirits and demons exist?"lacktheknack said:Congrats. A police officer suddenly doing an about turn on his beliefs regarding spirituality raises mine.Pyrian said:
Well they did, just to throw a wrench in it. However, they ATE the goats, so they probably didn't want to feed them too much garbage.Sleekit said:this just raises the question why didn't they keep goats...lacktheknack said:
Wat?Johnny Novgorod said: