It’s true because a TV preacher said so.
It’s true because a TV preacher said so.
These guys may not have the amazing American flag windbreaker as the guy from the other day, but they still have lots of stuff going for them.
What’s perhaps most incredible about this video is the fact that it’s not one of those classic late 80′s, early 90′s videos from a bygone era when people “just didn’t know any better.” Based on the appearance of the MacBook Pro in the beginning and their own reference to the Tea Party this epic song was written and recorded in the past couple of years.
Which means those outfits, haircuts, and dance moves were also chosen within the past couple of years.
Anyway, sit back, relax, and
plug in your ears enjoy this sure to be classic song about America “returning” to the things she once believed.
Here is reason #2,483 why I can’t stand Jack Schaap.
(Hint: I have a beard)
Looking for a conversation starter so you can tell strangers that they’re going to hell?
As usual Ray Comfort (or at least one of his cronies) is here to help.
Here’s the Way of the Master description for this tutorial: “This is a quick demonstration of how the curved illusion tracts work. It is a great icebreaker sure to get some laughs a smile and it is a great set up for transitioning from the natural to the supernatural.”
Honestly, I’m just lost on this one. I have no idea why anyone would think that this optical illusion is entertaining, let alone humorous or why it makes sense as a set up for “by the way did you know you are going to hell?”
Are you worried about the “facts” and “science” your child is learning at school?
Then you need to get your junior disciple a Fundamentalist Science Kit….
There are many reasons why I am not Pentecostal.
Chief among them: I’m not nearly in good enough shape.
Pastor Dale can show you what I mean. Enjoy.
Since mentioning Rob Bell is an easy way to drive website hits up (kind of like typing something like “JESSICA ALBA NAKED” somewhere in your post- see what I did there?), today’s Fundie Friday is dedicated to the deluge of uninformed knee-jerk reactions to a video where Rob Bell asks questions to a camera. Seriously. That’s all he did.
Anyways, I cant prove this- but I’m pretty sure the guy in this video is Ray Comfort’s love-child. He’s even got a similar accent. The only difference between the two that I can see is that Ray Comfort owns a comb.
Enjoy the video and be impressed that this unkempt young man is is fortunate enough to have all of this theology/Bible/Faith/BooksThatHaven’tBeenReleasedYet stuff figured out at such a young age.
Do yourself a favor and make it to the 7:45 mark when he goes on his “PEACE FROM WHAT?!” rant.
If you are interested in hear part 2 of his critique, you can find it here.
Today as part of Fundie Friday your job is to “cancel the devil’s assignment!”
How do you do that? Easy, send Jentezen Franklin your paycheck.
Maybe it’s just me, but has anybody else ever noticed the suit evolution that happens on Christian TV? Somebody like Jentezen Franklin starts off wearing something really shabby while their slumming it on the telethon, but over the years as their appearances on the show increase their suits get nicer and nicer until they eventually reach T.D. Jakes and Benny Hinn territory and have their own “ministry”/tv show and $5000 custom suits.
Of course I’m sure they would be quick to point out that their suits have not evolved. They have been intelligently designed to get nicer and nicer.
Well, you can add May 21 to the list of dates that the rapture will happen. Say what you want about this guy, but he is ready to field all questions…
It looks like “Pastor” Steven Anderson is widening his social commentary beyond politics, science, and Christianity. Apparently he’s now a music and fashion critic too.
This gem is entitled “Justin Bieber is an Effeminate Little Sissy.”
Of course he can’t stop there. “Pastor” Anderson isn’t a big fan of TobyMac either. Keep your ears open at the :10 mark when he says the former DC Talk member “looks like a homo.”