Tuesday, May 31, 2011


Hardcore Bible Thumping Spirit Filled Jesus Freaks

Saturday, May 28, 2011

evolution is only a theory


People, as we all know, evolution is only a theory. In fact, I would like to point out that gravity is only a theory. I would recommend that those who doubt this should consider the theory of Intelligen­t Fowl, or commonly, "downbirds­". Downbirds are invisible, tiny birds, who control where things are in the universe. When something is not where it should be, for instance, a basketball in the air instead of in the ground, the downbirds rush in and pull the basketball to the ground. Seeing as you can't disprove this theory, I say it should get equal thttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifime in physics class.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

He Could Not Be Reached For Comment

The End Was Nigh

Just for the sake of argument, if God does indeed choose to change his mind and delay Judgment Day, how would Camping's group proceed? Is the Mayan date of December 21, 2012 a possible backup date in case May 21st doesn’t turn out to be the end of all things?

Monday, May 16, 2011

Fame and Fortune

Elgin Church Hires Hollywood Director

With a budget of just $20,000 — less than what big-name Hollywood flicks spend for lunches — Sherwood Baptist Church made a film about a crooked used-car salesman undergoing a moral crisis.

Named “Flywheel,” it was directed, starred in and co-written by Alex Kendrick, one of the church’s pastors. Unpaid members of the church did most of the other acting and crew work. The film was released in 2003, played in only a few theaters, and made just $37,000 at the box office, though it later would go on to sell 300,000 DVDs.

In 2006, Sherwood Baptist again released a movie, this time about a high school football coach facing a midlife crisis. Riding on the popularity a year before of Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ,” it was distributed by a major studio, played in 441 theaters and took in $10 million, or about 1,000 times what the church spent making it.
In 2008, the Georgia church made a film about a firefighter with a failing marriage. Named “Fireproof,” it became the top-grossing independent movie of any type that year, grossing $33 million. Church officials claim that the movie’s message about strengthening one’s relationships “has saved a million marriages.” Sherwood will release its fourth film, a police/family drama named “Courageous,” in theaters all over the country on Sept. 30.

Feeling God’s call to move in the same direction, an Elgin-based church has hired a Hollywood director, Dallas Jenkins, as its media director, bought a TV studio/sound stage in Aurora and given Jenkins the assignment of making a series of “faith-based movies” for theatrical and DVD release over the coming years.

Sunday, May 08, 2011

The Erasers Need Cleaning

Belief in Angry God Keeps Students From Cheating

New research shows that those who believe in a loving and merciful God are more prone to cheat than those who believe in a punishing God.

"What matters more than whether you believe in a god is what kind of god you believe in," psychologist Azim F. Shariff said. “What we found is that those people who see God as a more punitive, angry, vengeful God, they tend to – in a laboratory-based cheating measure – they cheat a lot less, whereas people who believe in God as a comforting, loving agent, forgiving agent seem to cheat more.”

Saturday, May 07, 2011

Cool Things

Timeout with Tebow

NFL player Tim Tebow, known for being upfront about his Christian faith by writing biblical verses on his eye black and his wristband, has his first commercial debut as an underwear model.