Jesus would go to med school, guys.
Satan would be the one to go to law school. Or get an MBA.
soullesswonder wrote:bananasinpajamas wrote:Not a religious debate...
But where would Jesus go to law school?
If the divine one was perfect, we could assume a 175+ LSAT.
However, he would have to apply as an international student.
While good softs including water into wine, I do not think law schools would appreciate a letter of rec. from his father (Family does not look good in LOR).
Since Jewish people mostly do not count as URM, where would Jesus go to law school?
You know the admissions people would hate his PS..."hey Bill, get a load of this Public Interest wannabe - he wants us to believe he's going to erase the sins of the whole f*ucking world!" Also, He might need an addendum to cover his criminal conviction. WE would be a little shoddy (I'm sure the admissions people have seen a lot of attempts to spin "self-employment", even if most applicants don't claim proficiency in carpentry). Leadership would be middling, since it's not really that hard for any college student to form a social club with a dozen or so friends. If I was advising the Son of Man, I'd tell him to write about the way rights of publicity jurisprudence personally affects him and how he feels about having every two-bit radical invoking his name and image. It'll make him seem like less of a human rights naif and more of a burgeoning legal scholar (I'll make him edit out any disparaging references to Pharisees and Sadducees).
Btw, I'm pretty sure the Pharisees and Sadducees all went to Harvard and Yale, so Jesus would go to Stanford. The climate would suit him nicely.
niederbomb wrote:Clearly, bible-thumping Regent Law School. Besides his occasional dabbles into charity, Jesus always associated with the most conservative and righteous folks (the Pharisees).
However, I wouldn't be surprised if the Son of Man got expelled from Regent for calling Pat Robertson a hypocrite and Focus on the Family a brood of vipers.