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Someone On Tumblr Calculated How Much Communion Wafer Makes Up A Whole Jesus And It Will Crack You Up
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It’s common knowledge that during church services, Christians eat a piece of bread that symbolizes Jesus’ body and take a sip of wine which is a symbol of his blood. And there are definitely a few people who thought to themselves “so how many of those you have to consume before you’ve eaten a whole Jesus?” If you haven’t thought about it before, you probably are thinking about it now. Fortunately, Tumblr user ralfmaximus has the answer. They used their excellent arithmetic skills and came up with an answer. Scroll below to see it for yourself!

### Fortunately, Tumblr user used their excellent arithmetic skills and came up with an answer

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Pamela24
Community Member
4 years ago

I love how scientific the responses are. Especially because it's a reply to a religious question (sort of).

Sarcasticow
Community Member
4 years ago

Oh the irony :)

Caridina Japonica
Community Member
4 years ago

Actually, the mass density of wine is between 0.99 and 1.05. Therefore we talk about 4500ml wine for \$33 and 45.5kg wafers (182000 pcs) for \$2730. That makes \$2766 per corpse (sorry, couldn' resist). Considering the fact that there are 60000 seats in St.Peters Basilica in Rome, one Jesus sums up to 3 full house sundays. Maybe that's where all the donations go...

Krishna Chandra Singh Sanger
Community Member
4 years ago

How many Jesus (or will it be Jesuses) have been eaten by the Christians since this practice of communion was foisted upon their followers by the various churches all over the globe?

Brianna Fournier
Community Member
2 years ago (edited)

My friend Dallas just did the math, it's 466433.639923 Jesuses

Pamela24
Community Member
4 years ago

I love how scientific the responses are. Especially because it's a reply to a religious question (sort of).

Sarcasticow
Community Member
4 years ago

Oh the irony :)

Caridina Japonica
Community Member
4 years ago

Actually, the mass density of wine is between 0.99 and 1.05. Therefore we talk about 4500ml wine for \$33 and 45.5kg wafers (182000 pcs) for \$2730. That makes \$2766 per corpse (sorry, couldn' resist). Considering the fact that there are 60000 seats in St.Peters Basilica in Rome, one Jesus sums up to 3 full house sundays. Maybe that's where all the donations go...

Krishna Chandra Singh Sanger
Community Member
4 years ago

How many Jesus (or will it be Jesuses) have been eaten by the Christians since this practice of communion was foisted upon their followers by the various churches all over the globe?

Brianna Fournier
Community Member
2 years ago (edited)

My friend Dallas just did the math, it's 466433.639923 Jesuses