Would Jesus be employable - page 4

Lets say Jesus Christ was on earth today ,he went to school and became a nurse,and had the same attitude towards life that he ,apparently had 2000 years ago. Would he be employable? Or would he make... Read More

  1. by   sjoe
    All indications are that he wasn't very good at taking directions from other people, doctors or not, and there is no evidence that he was good at filling out forms or charting. Besides, you know what happens these days to people who tell the truth. Nursing seems to be the wrong job for him.
    Last edit by sjoe on Nov 7, '02
  2. by   MidwifeWannaB
    Hey, I think Jesus would be employable. He lived a perfect life! He never made a mistake! I think anyone would be perfectly happy getting meds or any other procedure from someone who is perfect!
  3. by   mario_ragucci
    If Jesus actually can exist in present real time, and if Jesus wanted to be a nurse, he'd first have to make it through school. Since jesus is a male in the story, he would have to be succesful in school and survive the countless gender attacks heed receive. Then, once/if he graduated RN school, i'd say he would be eaten right up by mean and hungry nurses looking for a fresh kill.

    I thought I was provokative, but this thread takes the cake. This thread could offend people who consider jesus to be holy. Don't you have respect for others spiritual values. Not supposed to make fun of a person's god in this way.
  4. by   Q.
    Originally posted by mario_ragucci
    I thought I was provokative, but this thread takes the cake. This thread could offend people who consider jesus to be holy. Don't you have respect for others spiritual values. Not supposed to make fun of a person's god in this way.


    All's well. In this day and age, every thread is bound to "offend" someone. This one is no exception. Although, seeing as the thread starter already identifed herself as Christian, I highly doubt that those who also are Christian and therefore think of Jesus as holy would find this is "making fun" of it.

    At least I don't, and I'm Christian. But hey, to each his own.
  5. by   Lausana
    Originally posted by mario_ragucci
    I thought I was provokative, but this thread takes the cake. This thread could offend people who consider jesus to be holy. Don't you have respect for others spiritual values. Not supposed to make fun of a person's god in this way.
    Nope, what is usually offensive to Christians is when you state that God & Jesus are fictional, etc. This thread isn't offensive it's interesting.
  6. by   deespoohbear
    Originally posted by Lausana
    Nope, what is usually offensive to Christians is when you state that God & Jesus are fictional, etc. This thread isn't offensive it's interesting.

    I would agree to that. The original poster just asked if Jesus would be employable in today's job market. I do not consider this thread blasphemous or degrading to my Lord and Savior. I think it has been a very thought provoking, well discussed thread with bits of humor thrown. Even God has a since of humor, just take one look at the human race and that ought to prove it right there.
  7. by   Gomer
    Never ask a question unless you are open to any and all answers.
  8. by   cargal
    Originally posted by sjoe
    All indications are that he wasn't very good at taking directions from other people, doctors or not, and there is no evidence that he was good at filling out forms or charting. Besides, you know what happens these days to people who tell the truth. Nursing seems to be the wrong job for him.

    MMMM this sounds very familiar....
    I can speak from experience, sjoe is right.....


    Blessings,
  9. by   LasVegasRN
    I wonder if he'd join us for drinks after work. Wine, of course.
  10. by   cargal
    Originally posted by LasVegasRN
    I wonder if he'd join us for drinks after work. Wine, of course.
    Nah, probably got MOT.





    Blessings,
    Last edit by cargal on Nov 7, '02
  11. by   BadBird
    Ok, so he was a self employed carpenter who needed healthcare benefits and became a nurse when the housing industry declined and he retrained through a government program. OK, he is working on the floor healing all the ailments, who would need doctors then? Who would the surgeons think they are anymore? Oh no !!!!!!!
  12. by   MK2002
    That story about having experience in carpentry sounds a little suspicious. Back in those days tools would have been awfully expensive and custom made. How would he have afforded them without a Jerusalem Home Depot to offer a low price guarantee? And where are all those things he made with these tools? Does anyone have a table with the initials "JC" carved into the underside?

    Someone should ask these questions at the nursing school interview. Every applicant has to be screened regardless of background.
  13. by   LasVegasRN
    Originally posted by cargal
    Nah, probably got MOT...
    MOT?
    I just kinda picture him sitting at the bar with all of us at T.G.I Fridays (or Nick & Jimmy's in Toledo) just relaxing and laughing about silly stuff. I just think he'd be a cool guy, not uptight, and can be lighthearted at times.

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