December 9, 2012

Stuff That White People Like That They Think Black People Should Like

December 9, 2012 // 15 Comments

As I was talking Optimistic Chad late last week over the phone, I made a list of things/movies/music that all white people like and assume that people of color should like, since their taste is universally holds truth. Without further ado, here is the beginnings of my list, make what you will: 1. The movie Casa Blanca 2. Everything from celtic culture, music and folktales. 3. Les Miserables (the novel and the movie versions) 4. The Count Of Monte Christo (the novel and both films) 5. The music of Kate Bush (of whom I had never heard of until last night) 6. Lady Gaga 7. The television show Glee (okay, maybe not since now people hate this show) 8. Any church hymns where sin is […]

Razer The Red Nosed Lantern: A #GLTAS Christmas Carol By @giancarlo_volpe #DCNation

December 9, 2012 // 2 Comments

It’s been a long time since we’ve had parodies of songs on Political Jesus, so I thought I would share two versions of Razer The Red Nosed Lantern, the first from animator and producer Giancarlo Volpe. [he gave me permission to share via twitter] The second version is my own Bitter DC Nation fan version. Razer the Red Nosed Lantern (by Giancarlo Volpe): “Razer the Red Nosed Lantern had a very angry nose And if you ever saw it, you would say he has great rage in his heart All of the other Red Lanterns Used to laugh and call him names, They even told Atrocitus, To murder his Ilana dame Then one foggy Christmas Eve Hal Jordan showed him trust. “Razer with your nose […]

Sunday Funnies: Exceptional Theology Blogs Measured By Online Theology Degree Group!

December 9, 2012 // 5 Comments

Making lists are great ways to get links back to your website. If you’re an online theology degree group, if everyone is ignoring you because, well, no one trusts your curriculum or accreditation, that’s the best way to get the best of Christian scholars to turn their heads. Oh glory, thank ya for the ministries of preaching giant Deane Galbraith and the godly apologetics of Brother Tom Verenna. What a day for the faith when these men are recognized and given their due! I guess when it comes to making “lists” some people need to read the actual content of those sites they deem as “exceptionally Christian.” Sigh. Related articles Approaches to theology and philosophy: As observed in the wild (itself.wordpress.com) Can The Subaltern Blog? […]