More Likely a Conservative Scholar’s Kid?

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  • the_Siliconopolitan

    What’s to understand? There isn’t any.

    Now if he’d asked for the origins of the infancy narratives, perhaps.

  • veryrarelystable

    Your patheos site is now auto-playing adverts in an uncontrollable way. Unfortunately this means that I won’t be visiting from my work computer – the sound is annoying to all around. Something which is likely to cut down on traffic to your site.

    • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/religionprof/ James F. McGrath

      Thank you for letting me know. I have caught one of those once before. I will let Patheos know that, as far as I am concerned, video clips that play automatically on a site are not an acceptable form of advertising on a serious website. I understand the need for advertising, but if they are going to cheapen the site with those sorts of advertising tactics, I will leave and blog elsewhere.

  • LorenHaas

    This cartoon ended up projected on the screen for the whole church in this Sunday’s sermon after I emailed it to my pastor on Saturday. It was a perfect fit for his topic this Advent season and he is a pastor’s kid.