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There’s really nothing worse than an uppity Rabbi. Except maybe for intransigent Swedes. They’re so radical!
The Arrogant Rabbis are the musical guests for the service.
“Praise-Free Service” is going to be my Exhibit A when I have to, yet again, tell the people that I proofread for why bad hyphenation is bad.
The sermon series is about people who unexpectedly ran into Jesus, having their lives interrupted by Him. This weeks’ example: Rabbis that thought they knew more than Jesus and tried to trap Him with trick questions, hence the “arrogant.”
It worries me that the sign made perfect sense to me. Although I did look for some variation on the “Silly Rabbi, kicks are for Trids” joke.
Close: Tricks are for *Yids.*
Know what will happen to us atheists when we die? Easy: Same thing that will happen to you.
No, Christian, you got them wrong: They believe in the unity, forgiveness and outreach of a UFO. Apostrophe totally appropriate in both use and placement.
Also: Silly rabbis.