St. Patrick’s Bad Analogies of the Trinity

For all my theology friends– hilarious.

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  • http://abnormalanabaptist.wordpress.com/ Robert Martin

    love this video.

  • http://Www.theirishatheist.wordpress.com/ The Irish Atheist

    It’s not the implication that the Irish wouldn’t have had an understanding of the Trinity, seeing as how we worshipped triune goddesses like the Morrigu for thousands of years.

    It’s not the use of the Padraig legendarium as a teaching tool for the various schisms that plague Chistianity.

    It’s those accents. My voice is akin to honey poured over thunder, not the growling of a cement mixture.

    We are no longer friends, Mr. Corey.

  • http://www.formerlyfundie.com/ Benjamin L. Corey

    Honey poured over thunder? I’ve got to hear what that sounds like.