There is a brand of asprain named after Joseph father of Jesus does that mean baby Jesus was a problem child?
Always causing Joseph headaches?
- kflan2000Lv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
The St. Joseph brand was created in the heartland of America, by the Gerstle Medicine Co. of Chattanooga, Tennessee. The founder, Leopold Gerstle, was born in Bavaria, Germany and came to the U.S. in 1865. Many have speculated on his choice of the name St. Joseph. Some think it came from having his first business ventures in St. Joseph, Missouri. Others contend the brand was named after the patron saint of (among other things) families, children and the sick.
Plough, Inc. bought the St. Joseph brand in 1920, and by 1946, the pleasant-tasting orange tablet of St. Joseph Aspirin had become a staple in households nationwide—bringing comfort and relief from aches and pains. Plough merged with Schering Corporation in 1971 to form Schering-Plough.Source(s): Taken from the "St. Joseph's Baby Aspirin" website
- 4 years ago
It doesn't make sense does it? That's the problem with the trinity doctrine! God cannot lie so when Jesus said this it didn't mean that God actually had forsaken him, it was because the pain was going on for so long and he desired relief Titus 1:2 - "upon the basis of a hope of the everlasting life which God, who cannot lie, promised before times long lasting" Re: other responses...11 So that is why God lets an operation of error go to them, that they may get to believing the lie (New World Translation) It does NOT mean God manufactured the lie, he LET the lie go to them (implying that the lie did not originate with Him).,..there is a difference. Also, God didnt lie when he told Adam & Eve that they would die...they did. I mean, they are not alive today are they? Humans were designed to live forever on earth so when God said they would die he meant that the eternal life they would have enjoyed would cease.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Think about your theory. That would mean St. Joseph's aspirin was something that ADULTS took, with high mg dosage, because THEY were the ones who had the headaches, not the kids.
- SparklesLv 71 decade ago
No, the cause of Joseph's headache is your spelling of aspirin.