OK now. I've twisted the dials, toggled the switches, and ignored that little arm thingie in the sphere. Question: What the !#%^ am I doing in a Calvinistic Cartoons joke? I don't think this even qualifies for INFRAlapsarianism!Rich Kennedy
Professor Jones prepares to show his class how to operate the transmogrifier that must be used to make sense of Reformed eschatology!
Dr. Norman Geisler works tirelessly to invent a time machine in order to help vindicate Ergan Caner's factual inconsistencies.
You call this light bulb a mind? What's the deal with putting my arm inside my head.And what's that dial? No, Doc, I didn't meeeeaaannn iiiiiiiii....
Corky Velveeta - The Early Experiments
Coming soon to a Southern Baptist church near you - The Calvinist Detector.
The truthinator strikes gold again, great caption! That one has my vote!
My vote goes to the comment from Persis.
All are good attemptes thus far and I am still laughing...but, for me, the front-runner has to be Mike Anderson who said, "Dr. Norman Geisler works tirelessly to invent a time machine in order to help vindicate Ergan Caner's factual inconsistencies."
Moses Edison working on his 20th Century Burning Bush machine.
These are all hilarious. But I had the same thought as Blaine - an early version of Corky!
In my supra-humble opinion, it's a tie between Mike Anderson and Persis.
The Transubstantion Machine
Percy Pelagius worked tirelessly to prove that a light bulb could choose to be changed.
How do you keep an Arminian in suspense? Ask him, "How many Calvinists does it take to change a light bulb?"