Politicized Christianity’s Pact With The Devil

Having recently shared some thoughts on the separation of church and state, and the politicization of religion, in relation to the Pew survey data that was published recently, I thought I would also re-share the meme above, which I made a few years ago, and shared in a post called “Possibly the Most Interesting Pact [Read More…]

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Importing Modern-Day Science Into Ancient Texts

I shared a long quote from Mike Beidler a while back, and a discussion occurred about how important his point was, but also how wordy, and thus not meme-friendly. Mike kindly boiled his point down to the above Most Interesting Man in the World meme, and I think it does the job very nicely. Compare [Read More…]

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I Don’t Always Ignore Your E-Mails

A “most interesting man in the world” meme for the start of the semester. [Read more…]

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The Most Interesting Doctor in the Universe

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The Most Interesting Reformer in the World?

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Passive Voice

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What Do You Do When You Run Out Of Ideas For Memes?

From Tyler Francke’s God of Evolution blog. [Read more…]

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I Don’t Always Use Internet Explorer…

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The Most Interesting God in the Universe

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The Most Interesting Blog Commenter in the World

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The Most Interesting Bible in the World

When I saw the above image on Episcopal Church Memes on Facebook, my first reaction was, “Why is that supposed to be funny?” The NRSV with Apocrypha is the standard in academic study Bibles – the New Oxford Annotated Bible, the Access Bible, the Harper Collins Study Bible, and many others. And so I use [Read More…]

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