Gregorian Colander

A major error in the history of religion was rectified recently when Pastafarians released a photo, which provided evidence that religions were supposed to adhere to the Gregorian colander, not the Gregorian calendar… [Read more…]

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Et YouTube, Brutus?

Via He Has A Wife You Know. Reminiscent somehow of the sacred selfies I shared recently. [Read more…]

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What Really Happened To The Dinosaurs

Just because it’s punny. And because it makes as much sense as this person does: [Read more…]

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Insufficient Data

While it is a great pun, I think the image makes a useful point. Some try to claim that we know more than we do, as though we can know exactly how to fill gaps in our knowledge based on what we do know. Others try to claim that we cannot logically infer anything about the [Read More…]

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Geek Orthodox

Neil de Grasse Tyson tweeted yesterday: The next time anybody asks me about my religion, I think I’ll reply “Geek Orthodox.” The next time anybody asks me about my religion, I think I’ll reply “Geek Orthodox” — Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) July 18, 2015 It isn’t what Tyson has in mind, but I could totally [Read More…]

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Pun-al Substitution

Andrew Perriman blogged about the interaction between myself and Michael Bird about the penal substitution theory of the atonement. His reckoning suggests that the biggest difference between conservatives and liberals/progressives might be the willingness of the latter to make puns and other jokes about “penile substitution.” He may or may not be right. But in [Read More…]

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Fallopians 4:28

I am sharing this image (which I came across on Reddit) because it contains a great pun on Philippians. There is no such verse as Philippians 4:28, and so there does not seem to be a deeper message hidden there. Feel free, if you are so inclined, to have a serious discussion of the serious [Read More…]

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I’m Not Saying It Was Arians…

I can’t believe that no one thought to make an “Ancient Arians” meme before now. I suspect that someone created this for Trinity Sunday, which just passed. [Read more…]

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Proving the Illuminati is Real

This video offers a great treatment of how conspiracy theory thinking works, and has a superb punny ending. Enjoy! [Read more…]

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Pray Without Sneezing

For all those coping with what I hear they are calling a “pollen tsunami”… [Read more…]

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Perkatory

Continuing the theme of coffee-related humor, this time with a religious pun thrown in. The perkatory mug is a real product that you can buy! [Read more…]

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