The Physics of Jesus by Charley Foster

The light of Jesus passing
near the sun is deflected
by the way the mass
of the sun curves space-time

This produces a slight shift
in the apparent position
of Jesus as seen from the earth
this can be observed during an eclipse

When Jesus exhausts
his nuclear fuel he will lose
heat and contract

The warping of space-time
will become so great
that a black hole will be created
from which the light
of Jesus cannot escape

Inside the black hole
Jesus will come to an end

However, Jesus falling
into a black hole
will eventually be recycled
in the form of the particles
of Jesus and the radiation
of Jesus emitted
as the black hole evaporates

Spatial distances increase
so rapidly that the Light
of Jesus never reaches us