Frequently Searched Questions: Is Mumford and Son Devil Worshiper?

The following are actual search terms people typed into Google (Yahoo?) which directed them to CaPC. In most cases they didn’t find the answer they were looking for on our site. FSQ is an attempt to remedy this problem by answering some of the most (de)pressing questions sent to us through search terms.

This week’s theme is Meme me up, Scotty!

Q 1. A highly naked girl?

This is what happens when you look at porn. You start with looking at Naked Girls. Then it’s Completely Naked Girls. Finally you start looking for images of “Highly Naked Girls,” which is not even a thing. Porn makes you dumb, people.

Q 2. Is Mumford and Son devil worshiper?

If you play Mumford and Sons backwards, it sounds better. Make of that what you will.

Note the red mist, his anguished look, and the presence of a keyboard. Image: Markus Unger via Flickr (CC BY 2.0).

Q 3. Tiny Fey Christian?

A term used to refer to the Minor Prophets. “Tiny” referring to diminished or minor and “Fey,” which comes from the Middle English “feye,” meaning “visionary” or “clairvoyant.” Of course, it is anachronistic to refer to them as “Christian,” since they technically lived before the incarnation.

Q 4. I learned that feminisms was a word!

That’s great! I learned that some people brag to Google when they learn something new!

Q 5. Why the meme is important today in our lives?

I’m 99.99% certain that this was written by a Freshman Composition student. Note the unnecessary addition of “today in our lives,” as if the writer were worried that readers might think he or she was referring to the importance of “the meme” in our deaths.

Q 6. Is Christian allowed to do the Harlem shake?

Not until he does his homework. Then, if he really wants to, Christian can do the Harlem Shake all he wants. While he’s at it, he should Rick Roll a friend. I’m sure that’s still cool, too.

Q 7. We are all sinners, not just Lindsey Lohan.

In Sufjan Steven’s greatest song, “John Wayne Gacy” he makes the same point! Except, his image of human depravity is, you know, John Wayne Gacy, not Lindsey Lohan. I’m gonna go ahead and say that Sufjan understands sin a bit better, but you decide:

John Wayne Gacy: the epitome of human depravity? Image: dbking via Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

This is probably a wax figure of Lindsey Lohan. Image: JohnSeb via Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

Q 8. Mark Driscoll and Rob Bell used to know each other?

They did Space Camp together as kids. Bell spent most of the space voyage staring out the cockpit window, meditating on how little we can understand of the universe, while Driscoll trained for MMA in zero gravity. This is entirely possible.

Q 9. What is the political moral of How the Grinch Stole Christmas?

The State may rob from the People while disguised as a source of hope (Santa), when the People awake to find everything gone, their voices shall bring down the State, with all its wealth and power. Also, the dog’s name is Max–which is suspiciously close to Marx.

Q 10. Odds Dennis Rodman wins the Nobel Peace Prize?

Considering that just after Rodman left the country North Korea threatened to launch a nuclear attack on US forces: 1-in-5.

About Alan Noble

(Co-Founder/Editor/Columnist) is a part-time lecturer at Baylor University. He received his PhD in Contemporary American Literature from Baylor, writing on manifestations of transcendence in 20th Century American Lit. He and his family attend Redeemer Waco, a PCA church. Alan's passion is studying how believers can be a faithful presence in culture to the glory of God and the edification of others. In addition to editing, Alan writes his column, Citizenship Confusion for CaPC.

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  • Jon B.

    Keep these comin’, please. These articles are just one more reason why I come to CaPC.


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