What's the point?
I think you're kidding. But, if you're not...it's in the title "Calvinists of the Deep"...I should have put that in the photo itself. I'll change that tomorrow. (I am not home right now)
I was kidding. It was a pun. Get the "POINT?"
thought so...but, you gave me a chance to explain it to the SWAT team that busted in by mistake.
Oh, Now I get it.Total DEEPravityUNFATHOMABLE Election Limited TORRENTIMMERSIBLE GracePRESERVERS for the Saints
That's a WIHTOT if I have ever seen one! (Wish I Had Thought Of That)
Ralph, those "5-(deep)Points" are on a level of genius I know nothing about. May I use these separately sometime in the future? (the past is harder to do at this time since my flux capacitor has broken)...of course, I will give you credit for the idea.
Eddie,You are welcome to use anything I write.
YIKES! I ACCIDENTLY DELETED YOUR STORY! I HOPE YOU STILL HAVE IT SOMEWHERE...POST IT AGAIN PLEASE!
And God raised up his shining five-pointed "star" and set his feet on a high place to shed light to the darkness of the deep.And then God entrusted His five-pointed star to the watchful care of other overseers such as A.W. PinkCoral, Charles Sturgeon, Marlin Luther, and others. But straightway, an Arminian crab approached to attack the star. "You are standing in sinking sand," he said.So God sent His special messenger,an Angelfish, to proclaim to all the denizens of the deep, "Listen to my servant, he is right.Meanwhile, lurking nearby, behind A.W. PinkCoral and amidst the empty shells of waterworldly philosophies was "Bishop Sponge" surrounded by all his liberal spongites who eagerly soaked up all of Bishop Sponge's vacuous and puffed up ideas. Now they just sit around waiting for every opportunity to attack the stars points or deny its existence.March 3, 2009 3:27 PM
Whew! That was a very Pacific story you had spawned. It almost seems like it would work as a series. I need to ponder the possiblities for a season. Thanks Ralph!
Great story, Ralph! I really like "A.W. PinkCoral, Charles Sturgeon, Marlin Luther."
I see you left out John Gill
Oh drat! I wish I had thought of that, or better yet, John Blue Gill.
The comments are funnier than the picture! :D