Christian leaders are mulling over claims that Jesus' last words have been revealed after centuries of mystery.
It had long been thought that his words were something profound, pleading for clemency and mercy for the people who had crucified him.
But Father Ryan Bancroft, a Jesusologist working in Dublin, says his actual utterances while on the cross were more mundane.
"I've been pouring over texts written by the centurion in charge of the execution party, and they tell a different story. The main concern Jesus seems to have had was the quality of the cross he was nailed to." Fr Bancroft says.
"To be honest, I'm not surprised as he was after all the son of a carpenter and a master woodworker himself."
Fr. Bancroft's research is published in the latest issues of Christianity Today and it's companion magazine Holy Woodworker.
So what were the last words uttered?
"The translation is quite clear. Jesus is quite clearly directly quoted in the texts as saying 'you should have champfered the edges of this main strut and made the cross with a lap joint - this rope is digging into my shoulders. Also, would it have hurt you to have sanded the surface a bit - these splinters are killing me.'."
Christian leaders are considering the findings, although one suggested they are pure fiction, as lap joints weren't invented until the 4th century AD.