While Shepherds Watched Their Blogs By Night

Here’s a Christmas card that came to my attention a few years ago: The caption says “OH, I AM SO BLOGGING ABOUT THIS.” Unfortunately I can’t actually find a place to purchase them online  Thanks to a commenter, I can direct readers interested in buying them to Wondermark Brand Dry-Goods! [Read more...]

Why Nero Was Infamous: A Student’s Perspective

This is the first really funny statement on a student assignment this semester. It occurs in close proximity with what I assume is an unintentional pun. Enjoy! Caesar Nero was infamously known for a few actions: idly watching Rome ablaze in the great fire of 64, blaming the Christians for the fire and destruction, and [Read More...]

John 3:16 (Yoda Translation)

HT Episcopal Church Memes on Facebook   [Read more...]

Was Jesus an Exercist?

HT Jona Lendering I could imagine both the spelling errors occurring in a single student essay which ends up saying: “Jesus went around exercising until he was killed by Pilates.”   [Read more...]

Clone Troopers Nativity

On Facebook, I had my attention drawn to this picture of what an 11-year-old did with a Nativity set and some LEGOs. Let's just hope Herod doesn't know about Order 66.   [Read more...]

Exploring Our Matrix: Opening Credits

Blog reader Keika has a way with video mash-ups. Above is an opening credits sequence for this blog that he made. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do! [Read more...]

Three Wise Women

Via my wife   [Read more...]

Auto-Correct Christmas

Via Facebook   [Read more...]

The Demise of the Unicorns

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Best Compliment Ever

Today, a student said the following words to me: You were a really great God. I told the class that that is the best compliment I’ve ever received in my life. Let me back up a bit and give the context. In my First Year Seminar Class “Faith, Doubt, and Reason,” our most recent reading [Read More...]

The Serenity Prayer, Revised

From Somewhat Real. HT Fred Clark   [Read more...]


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