I've been following the Differential Hermeneutics thread that AKMA has started, and I think I can see what he is getting at, but I'd like to pose a concrete example (being a memetic engineer).
After our trip to church at Easter Andrew and Christopher are firmly convinced that Jesus was resurrected as the Easter Bunny. They claim that this truth was revealed to them in Sunday School that day.
How should I handle this particular interpretation? I hesitate to point Andrew to the Bible directly, and I am aware that Ishtar may be having the last laugh that Mithras is denied (yes, I've been reading a History of Babylonia recently, after Graves' Greek Myths and Gaiman's American Gods, so my interpretations are differentially coloured too).