Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Landover Baptist Church


Here's the website I mentioned to some of you last week: http://www.landoverbaptist.org/


The parody is so dead-on it's scary. For some reason, Jason's last post made me think of this...

Oh Canada, Oh Canada...


At 6/21/2005 1:43 PM, Blogger Jared said...

This is a true representation of what I like to call "Marketing, the modern day crusades." I discovered this movement my freshmen year of college when the black bracelets plagued the wrists of my classmates. With the white bold acronym of WWJD, millions of lost souls proclaimed their faith by adorning themselves with a distinctive symbol of purity and sacrifice. They were true devout Christians that would painstakingly trace the footsteps of Christ. As Jesus would do, they followed his travels to the bar, random girls beds, measures of cheating or the acts of lying. I don’t believe I read those parts of the Bible. It must have been a different version that I was unaware of at that time. Maybe it was the Rick James version that was loosely based on King James’ translation.

It has disturbed me immensely to see some Christian exploit the icons of their religion for profit. Lets take a quick stroll through the 7 deadly sins: 1.pride 2.anger 3.avarice 4.sadness 5.gluttony 6.envy 7.lust. Oh, Avarice, an extreme desire for wealth. This word perfectly paints the picture of the true moral turpitude of those that preach Christianity then turn and use their faith like a logo they can use to lace their pockets with the dead leaders of our nation.

That is all I have.

Sorry, a little soapbox rant.

Man I need a beer now.

At 6/21/2005 1:52 PM, Blogger Jared said...

Okay, I should have check out the links before I commented. Now I'm laughing my ass off, I so needed to see someone make fun of christianity. I can't quit laughing.

At 6/21/2005 1:58 PM, Blogger Schroger said...

I want read the book Nancy Boy Chrissy, The Bed-Wetting Sissy!

At 6/21/2005 1:58 PM, Blogger Schroger said...

Lawd, you do need a beer.


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