Category: Satire

The Facebook Activist

I am a Facebook Activist. I change the world with my posts. I sit at my keyboard and share my important opinions on the issues of the day. In addition to dropping my own wisdom-filled thoughts, an essential part of my job is re-sharing the slogans/pictures/infographics of others, especially on hot political topics. I must … Continue reading The Facebook Activist

We Say “Happy Washington’s Birthday”

This year there is once again a hoo-ha over whether people and retailers say "Merry Christmas" or "Happy Holidays." (for a sane perspective on this, see here and here) Some people even go so far as to encourage you to steer your consumer dollars away from retailers who do not greet you with "Merry Christmas." … Continue reading We Say “Happy Washington’s Birthday”

If Calvin Had a Worship Band

2009 is the 500th anniversary of John Calvin's birth, and his theology has had a huge impact on the life of the church. Particularly influential are his doctrines regarding predestination, and the later systematization of them into the Five Points of Calvinism. However, there are areas of church life that have not been greatly influenced … Continue reading If Calvin Had a Worship Band

Constitution Found in Ancient Monastery

As some of you know, I like to write pieces of satire from time to time, especially when I get frustrated. It's a laughing-to-keep-from-crying thing. For the past four years, one of these has appeared in the April Fool's edition of the Et Cetera, Regent's weekly paper. For your reading enjoyment, here is the brief … Continue reading Constitution Found in Ancient Monastery

Unused Churches To Become Museums

I haven't been posting much lately, and I probably won't post today or tomorrow. I would like to post on the first chapter of The Way Of the (modern) World, but I'm not likely to get around to that until tomorrow or Thursday. I've still got to finish that book review that I didn't write … Continue reading Unused Churches To Become Museums