(In response to this post)
We can dream, right?
I’d take that as a Christmas gift!
I would settle for a 25% reduction in conversations revolving around what various people are doing in church during our Christmas get together, which was tonight. But it’s Christmas, so that’s OK. One positive conversation was the defrocked Methodist minister. Everyone was mad as hell what happened, and my dad, who is on the church board said a lot of other people in church are mad too. They are all Methodists, so this story is just getting started.
A twist on the usual rhetorical headlines… usually the answer is “no” if there’s a question in the headline, but today it’s most assuredly “yes”
Aliens don’t have rights unless they accept jesus into their 3 hearts.
it really saddens me that i feel like it will be decades, if ever, before we have a political party with even 20% out and proud atheists and secularists.
Not being familiar with the people who are mad, are they mad at the defrocked Methodist minister or mad at those who defrocked him?
Your last sentence suggests the latter, which seems like a good thing.
Why do Methodists wear frocks? Are they trying to keep up with the catholic silly hats?
Why do Methodists wear frocks?
It makes the defrocking more entertaining and requires less velcro?
Are they trying to keep up with the catholic silly hats?
Every faith seems to have silly hats, but not every one has silly frocks?
I would say that Judaism has some pretty awesome hats (except for the yarmulke – that’s just a ‘what’s the least possible hat I can get away with?’ letter-of-the-law thing as far as I can see). I also quite like the old-style wide-brimmed black Catholic priest hats. But yes. Pope hat = very silly.
Some hats are areligious and even have their own operating system.
Can we have religious fascinators? ‘Cause I don’t do hats well, but I can wear any fascinator ever made and still look good. I’d convert for religious fascinators ;P