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THE Scottish TV presenter and journalist Dominik Diamond is considering undergoing physical crucifixion as part of a controversial television documentary about Christianity.
Diamond, once a committed Christian, will try to rediscover his faith in a journey from Scotland, via the Vatican and Italy, to the Philippines, where Christians celebrate Easter by re-enacting Christ's ordeal on the Cross.
Diamond said; "I'm in my mid-30s, I've got three kids and it's about time I did something that didn't involve cheap gags. You might as well aim high so I thought I'd try to find God."...
"TV reporter to seek God in real-life crucifixion"
Ansewr to his dilemma: "Where two are three are gathered in my name, there am I in their midst..."
Advice for this reporter: Find a congregation where the Bible is preached, and that's where you'll find God and His Son. You have His promise on that. The work of Christ is a finished work. You don't need to add to his work by crucifying yourself.
Dominik Diamond doesn't have to travel millions of miles to find God! The Holy Bible clearly tells every person who is genuinely seeking God, that "whosoever shall call upon the name of the LORD shall be saved including their household!"
He just needs to call upon the name of the LORD Jesus Christ. The Holy Bible also says, "Ask and you will receive, knock and the door shall be open, search and you will find!"
Hey Domenik: Before you try to get closer to Christ by crucifying yourself, why don't you try to understand a little more about Judas Iscariot by hanging yourself? Since you're going through the Vatican, you could report to the Cardinals who are interested in "re-evaluating" our understanding of the betrayer. While there, you can visit the shrines of many saints where you can read about some other novel ways of "getting in touch" such as binding yourself with tight ropes, wearing chain mail next to your skin, climbing steps on your knees etc.