In a short piece called “Holy sighting on Scottsdale cheesecake,” AzCentral.com reports one of the loonier miracles I’ve heard of It’s not even the face of Jesus on the cheesecake, either, but simply a cross. There’s a video on the site, whose entire narration is below (I love the “objective journalism” of the last sentence):
“A family makes a cheesecake for the holiday season, and when it was cooling off, it formed a crucifix. Is this a simple crust-cracking, or is this actually Jesus Christ coming back and showing support for this family’s religious beliefs?”
Here’s a screenshot from the video. Are you convinced? If it was Jesus, why did he come back in a cheesecake instead of appearing as a person to the family and saying “I am Jesus Christ, and I approve of your beliefs”? He could then produce many cheesecakes from the single one—enough to feed all of Scottsdale.
The site adds:
“Family members say they won’t be eating the cheesecake. Instead they plan on selling it and donating the money to a local charity or church.”
People on eBay will eat this up.