About a month ago, the Washington Post ran a contest asking people to create their own religions.
They finally came out with their list of winners and honorable mentions.
Frequent commenter on this site Jon (a.k.a. Ubi Dubius) made it on their list!
Rhythm Methodists: The world’s fastest-growing religious group.
(Jon Graft, Centreville)
Congrats to him!
Among my other favorites:
Palindroman Catholicism: Its central tenet was that a nun named Hannah would get elected ePope on 10-02-2001, put the church on the WWW (LOL), level the playing field for the sexes and be deified. Now mum, the faithful are keeping their eye on 01-02-2010.
(Chris Doyle, Ponder, Tex.)
Geek Orthodox: A sect that worships technology, but only up to the 2003 upgrades.
Jews for Allah: A group even more conflicted than Jews for Jesus.
(Russell Beland, Springfield)
Monkeepiscopalians: They’re true believers, without a trace of doubt in their minds.
(Kathy Hardis Fraeman, Olney)
Sunnitarians: Believers face Mecca five times a day and then form a committee to figure out why.
(Anne Paris, Arlington)
(Thanks to Diane for the link!)