Now it seems that Jesus has moved into cyberspace. A recent study reveals that "Jesus" has become a favorite password for some. SplashID Safe compiled the list of the years most popular passwords.
The top three passwords, "password," "123456” and "12345678," remain unchanged from last year's list. New entries to this year's list include "welcome," "jesus," "ninja," "mustang" and "password1."
You can read the whole article here.
Of course using Jesus as a password opens one up to all sorts of theological conundrums. What happens if your Jesus protected account is hacked? Is Jesus negligent? Have the powers of darkness become more powerful? And what happens if you get a computer virus? Do you ask Jesus to heal your computer or do you assume that you simply lacked enough faith? And in the realm of theodicy, if your hard drive crashes while using Jesus as a password is Jesus somehow to blame?
HT: Allan Bevere