In a way, this is a relief. It’s been awhile since I made a giant social faux paus in real life, so I was due. Nice to get it out of the way.
I should just leave Twitter now because I’m never going to top this.
Sometimes one is all you need.
(oops that was supposed to be queued. Oh well.)
So this one comment has not only spawned the above conversation, but also a second where Nicky and Tiffany are all talking about how much we love “The Monster at the End of This Book” (Supernatural s4e18).
(Lindsay also said something about Michael which I’m choosing to ignore that movie, although now I’m wondering if it was just because it came out around the same time as Phenomenon which I also remember hating.)
Anyway, I’ve really been enjoying Supernatural but season 4 has really turned up the awesome.
(Oh, and I’d be remiss if I didn’t remind y’all that AKMA was a) my Greek professor in seminary and b) part of Tom and Tiffany’s World of Warcraft guild. It’s a small ‘net/world.)
That’s almost too true to be funny.
Diana Butler Bass is a well-known and well-respected author in the realm of contemporary Christianity.*
Which is why I love the fact that she is so straight-forward about this.
(When someone tried to chastise her for ‘name-calling’ she replied: “I’m sorry if offended, but I’ve never heard so much hideous theology from so-called pastors on TV & in media.” Amen, sister.)
* her latest book
Christianity After Religion: The End of Church and the Birth of a New Spiritual Awakening
just moved to the top of my “To Read” pile…
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You might have to be a nerd to properly enjoy this one (which makes this completely unlike my usual posts) but this was definitely the Post Of The Day.
It’s been two years, I wonder if anyone has been added to that list yet…
(ps — I don’t expect to post a lot of political stuff this election season, but I will try to always use the “politics” tag if you want to filter it out.)
Whew! I’m glad I asked when I did.
Oh yeah? Well I’m worried YOUR FACE has a problem!