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The study, which examines a combination of favorable water and environmental conditions, proposes that Jesus could have walked on an isolated patch of floating ice on what is now known as Lake Kinneret in northern Israel.
Looking at temperature records of the Mediterranean Sea surface and using analytical ice and statistical models, scientists considered a small section of the cold freshwater surface of the lake. The area studied, about 10,000 square feet, was near salty springs that empty into it.
The results suggest temperatures dropped to 25 degrees Fahrenheit (-4 degrees Celsius) during one of the two cold periods 2,500 –1,500 years ago for up to two days, the same decades during which Jesus lived.
Originally posted by MadGreebo
Nope. There were waves and a storm. Nope there wasn't ice, and he don't need ice to walk where ever he wants to - The Lord Jesus walks on water when he wants, where he wants, however he wants.
To say he needed ice....well thats a very novel thought but not for Jesus -he walks on water.