Over the weekend, the Jehovah’s Witnesses held the Watch Tower Society Annual General Meeting during which they announced the launch of their own online television network. I’ll admit it looks a lot more professional than, say, American Atheists’ Roku channel, but it’s a hell of a lot creepier.
Just check out this (unembeddable) monthly news show featuring Governing Body member Stephen Lett (whose voice is just ripe for parody):
You already knew the Left Behind remake starring Nicolas Cage was going to be bad when you heard that Nicolas Cage was starring in a Left Behind remake:
But when publications like Christianity Today give the movie a half-star rating — and even that’s because they “tried to give the film zero stars, but our tech system won’t allow it” — it’s clear that this movie is bad even by Christian movie standards.
CT’s reviewer Jackson Cuidon pointed out that one of the biggest problems with the film was that it was marketed to a Christian audience, but faith didn’t even have an important role in the film:
You know what I love about Pastafarians? The devoted ones stick to their beliefs no matter the circumstances.
This past August, British Columbia resident Obi Canuel wanted to renew his driver’s license with a colander on his head, as Pastafarians often do, but he was rejected:
“The truth is sometimes I have the spiritual inkling to wear the colander and I don’t think [the Insurance Corporation of B.C.] should be making decisions about what kind of religious headgear is appropriate or not,” Canuel told CTV Vancouver.
Canuel was able to wear it, however, when he got his B.C. Services card (not his license):