No Explanations

This sign needs to be widely circulated. I presume it comes from a church that was concerned tourists and guides would speak in the church, disturbing worshippers. But there are so many other ways it could be contrued, not to mention its potential for use in a powerpoint about 1 Corinthians 14:35

(HT Theophrastus and E-Kvetcher)

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/16698562143972216357 Jim

    it’s meaningless without context.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10137491388537194847 Rev. Jeremy Smith

    That’s hilarious! I’m gonna make my own!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/02561146722461747647 James F. McGrath

    So is your comment, Jim. :P

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12707501065021550093 Leon Basin

    Hello, how are you doing? You have a lovely blog here. Would love to speak to you sometime.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/02561146722461747647 James F. McGrath

    Thanks for the compliment. You are speaking to me! :)

  • roland

    It’s like the Spiritualist Church around the corner (which has abot a dozen old ladies casting out demons every week). It had a sign which read: Spiritualist Church: Enter at Own Risk.

  • http://www.cleverbadger.net Jay

    Heh. The (Catholic) church I attend has a female Pastoral Associate. She functions to all intents and purposes as a Deacon. She delivers a “reflection on the Gospel” once a month because she’s technically prohibited from delivering a homily. I’d honestly have to say that she does at least as good a job as many of the priests I’ve known in my life.


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