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He'd probably walk.
straight across, no doubt
No he would get a Boat unless from all eternity in His Divine Will He choose to walk on the water to communicate some message of religious significance.
Like Chuck Norris, he wouldn't cross the road to get to the other side. The other side would cross the road to get to him!
Jesus walked on the water, not to get to the other side, but to rescue his disciples. If we were in a similar situation as Jesus was, then yes, the question to ask is, "What would Jesus do?"
It's *always* the question to ask.For instance, one possible way to get to the other side of the lake would be to mug (or murder) the possessor of that fine speedbaot over there, and use it to get to the other side. Jesus, of course, would not do such an act.
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