ChriFSMas

For those who find the parody religion Pastafarianism funny, you won’t want to miss the FSM nativity scenes that were recently shared. Here’s a sample: Finally, a religion that gets what a manger is supposed to be for… On a more serious note, see the survey data suggesting that most people are not offended when [Read More…]

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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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FSM Carol of the Bells

If you are a Pastafarian and were beginning to feel left out in the midst of all the Christmas music, I have good news. Hemant Mehta shared the above Flying Spaghetti Monster version of the Carol of the Bells. [Read more…]

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Answers in Genesis according to the Uncyclopedia

Today I had my attention drawn to the “Answers in Genesis” entry on the Uncyclopedia. It begins as follows: Answers in Genesis is a satirical Christian ministry that parodies the genuine Pastafarian ministry Answers in the Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. It aims to portray Christians as mouth breathing, arm swinging retards who sit on their high horse [Read More…]

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Your Opportunity to Write Scripture

For Pastafarian readers (and presumably also the “touched by his noodly appendage but not religious”) this may be of interest. An official call has been issued for the composition of scriptures about Flying Spaghetti Monster, for the second edition of The Loose Canon. Click through to the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster blog for [Read More…]

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The Meatball Argument

The above image, which a friend shared on Facebook, provides a nice humorous illustration of the way that one can start from one’s beliefs and find confirmation in illogical places. Whatever your views on religion or any other topic, your worldview is not well served by the making of poor arguments. [Read more…]

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