On bright sunny afternoon, a Roman Catholic, a Methodist, a Presbyterian, and a Southern Baptist were all out fishing together in hopes of coming together ecumenically. As they discussed the Bible, a church traditions, they got into an argument on what denomination Jesus would be. The Roman Catholic said, "There is no doubt in my mind that our Lord would unite Himself with the Mother Church in Rome." The Presbyterian countered, "No, no, no. Think of all that John Calvin did for the Christian faith. There is no question the Christ would unite with the Reformed tradition." The Methodist shook his head almost angrily, "No, no, no, no, no. When you consider all that John and Charles Wesley did for the Christian faith, there is no question at all that Jesus would unite with a Methodist congregation." The Southern Baptist looked at the Catholic, the Presbyterian, and the Methodist for a few minutes and said, "Boys, I don't think He's going to change."