Mom: Home in 5 minutes, hope you’ve taken the chicken out of the freezer

Me: image

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Who’s sitting on the godisnowhere url and can I have it?





i hear marky d sends indignant anon messages when people post negative criticism about him

I’ve known it to happen on multiple occasions.

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My Mom just accidentally prematurely sent an email to an accounting firm… It was supposed to say ‘I am afraid that we will have to postpone our meeting”

but she hit send when all it said was

Hi Jeffrey,
      I am afraid

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grimtheologian said:

I heard someone say “he may be controversial, but his theology is sound” True believers don’t anon;)



even though the heaven is for real thing is bullshit i’m banking on this

This Twitter is so funny but it’s terribly hard to figure out whether it’s serious or parody.


even though the heaven is for real thing is bullshit i’m banking on this

This Twitter is so funny but it’s terribly hard to figure out whether it’s serious or parody.

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I’m just barely willing to have a conversation about Mark Driscoll’s merits and whether he’s above criticism and/or lampooning, but I’m not willing to cover my blog in that conversation, anon.

If you are a believer in Jesus, who is God of all, than you will be held accountable to Him for what you say in His name. According to your long rants and sarcastic remarks about some preachers that are preaching the gospel to hell-bound people, it appears you are not only wasting the time Christ has given you, but you are also babbling on about preachers' flaws, when you yourself could be sharing Jesus with the lost and worrying about more productive things for the Savior. Please consider this.

Look at my cats:


P.S. If you’re so worried about wasted time, why are you on this damn website?

In the amount of time it took you to type and send that message, seven children died.



in pokemon you can battle a cop

you can battle a cop in real life if you arent a weenie

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Remember when Romney lost the election so somebody created White People Mourning Romney and collected various people crying over Romney’s loss

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there is no caption that can describe this


Over 15,000 people go to Mars Hill church each week.

Over 260,000 people download this guy’s sermons each week.

I imagine this could be really triggering for someone, so be careful (discussion of physical/sexual abuse).

I know who made the environment and he’s coming back and going to burn it all up. So yes, I drive an SUV.

Mark Driscoll at Catalyst Dallas

even if I learned every language I still wouldn’t have enough ways to say no to Driscoll

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To love God is to love God’s creation, to affirm with God that it was very good, to proclaim with Jesus that God sent His Son not to condemn the world, but that through Him it might be SAVED. To believe otherwise is Gnosticism. I said it before, and I will say it again as long as I have breath to draw.

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That’s exactly what I was thinking and it’s even funnier because there’s a video of him whining about The Shack and why it’s sooo heretical but he spouts this crap

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I wish I could laugh, but we’re already past 400ppm atmospheric CO2. I’m not joking about my tagging here: his bad theology is everyone’s problem. From here on in, bad theology of Creation is a real and deadly threat to all of our lives. We’re theologizing on a hardcore server.

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Mark Driscoll - Real or Fake? Earth Day Edition!


Here we have three quotes on environmentalism. Which one is not Driscoll? No Google.

A) On environmentalists: “They aren’t reasonable. They’re fanatics! This is their religion. Their religion is destroy anything that may pollute the environment. It doesn’t matter about jobs, it doesn’t matter about the economic well-being of a community.”

B) “I know who made the environment. He’s coming back and he’s going to burn it all up. So yes, I drive an SUV.”

C) “If you drive a minivan, you’re a mini man.”

The answer is A, which Pat Robertson actually said.

Thanks for playing, rational-christianity, theologyofcoincidence, bonefromthevoid, cuteanimalsandliberationtheology, jaylanun, mattschramm, brotherbroseph, godinthebrokenness, and h2ointowine!