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The Rise Of The Pinkie Pie State

Towards a Rescued Responsible Masculine Libertarian Utopia Today dear audience I wish to present before you the awful truth about our society. Through a lengthy nuanced, incoherent political screed, I plan to provide more pop culture references than actual facts to prove that America has gone downhill. America...
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Mainstreaming Radicalism

“Radicals are hopeless, they are all ugly, and are so ungrateful for everything given to them. — they are ultimately rooted in a sense that everything sucks” I don’t get it. I really don’t get it. I really just don’t understand how there’s an entire generation of Christians...
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sarcasm: a Christian perspective

Okay, so I have sort of a satirical side to my blogposts from time to time. My sarcastic humor does come out at work occasionally, but it was not until recently I came across the fundamentalist idea that sarcasm was a “sin.” Here’s for example this post by...
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Doctor Who's Alternate New Calvinist Timeline

*The only way I could respond to this TL is with humor. To see the full timeline, download the PowerPoint here: Doctor Who’s Alternate New Calvinist Timeline 3616 B.C.: In the Beginning, The Doctor hears God say “Hip Hop Music is good.” 1175 A.D.: Joshua Harris writes “I...
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A New Christmas Song (towards being honest)

This song is: 1) An attempt to respectfully add to our repoitoire of Christmas songs, while trying to be as truly historical as the other songs before it. 2) Making an attempt to reflect not only what Christmas is really about in our belief system, but also what...
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when i'm asking you to start blogging

If you’re NOT blogging, even if you do not have a platform, please START. We do not have enough voices in cyberspace speaking out on religion (or non-religion), politics, or social justice. We need more treasures to pile up and stack really really high. (Please keep reading my...
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#AddAWordRuinAChristianBook: Storify Version

Last night, Twitter was a-buzz with the meme making fun of Christian book titles. Take a look! Every Young Man's #BattlestarGalactica #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook — Rod is h00die_R (@h00die_R) October 8, 2013 [View the story “#AddAWordRuinAChristianBook” on Storify] RodBrer Rabbit's 2nd cousin. Judges 6:12 #ResistDaily #AnaBlacktivismMore Posts - Website
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When Your Biblioblog Is Not Political Jesus

Lots of folks who have had the privilege, nay, the honor of reading the Political Jesus Biblioblog on a regular basis would surely tell true tall tales that it often feels like the most holy event since the death of Bruce Wayne’s parents. PJ’s ridiculously awesome exposition, variety,...
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How To Win At Derailing Bingo

I have heard and read a lot of these in conversations about race, identity, and culture. Thanks to commenter David for the heads up. From the Son Of Baldwin facebook page RodBrer Rabbit's 2nd cousin. Judges 6:12 #ResistDaily #AnaBlacktivismMore Posts - Website
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Need Sermon Help? How About Inspiration from Superman? #MOS

What’s worse than pastors who rely on online sermons pre-made for them? What’s worse than Christians Jesus-juking superheroes, especially Superman? Oh why not try pre-made sermons that totally get Superman wrong! Worship Media House, um, just no no no no no! FAIL! Thanks to Scott Bailey for the...
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Happy T.U.L.I.P. Day!

Today is May 13th, and we celebrate T.U.LI.P. Day. John Calvin established the very first TULIP day in 1575 in commemoration of his doctrines of grace. It was to be the holiest of all holidays for the new Israel, Geneva, Switzerland to recognize. . Of course the preceding...
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The Pedagogical Uses And Limits of Satire/Parody

There are those that say that laughter is one of the languages of the oppressed as a way to cope with outrageous injustice. Humor is a way of directly confronting a problem with all the trappings of formality. An example from this site would be Introducing The United...
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Introducing the United Nations Peacemakers' Study Bible!

Finally, a Bible that suits my consumer needs. I’m a pacifist, and now I am excited to announce the introduction of the UN Peacemakers’ Study Bible, for those who believe in international peace movements and humanitarianism. Need a Bible full of quotes from Christian pacifists? This study bible...
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