Sunday, May 8, 2011

The Tongue Twister Challenge

Simple rule really...
Create a tongue twister.
Just keep it theological!

28 comments:

  1. Tim the tiny theologian talked to Terry the temperate tortoise.

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  2. Not sure if that really counts as a tongue-twister...Try saying it fast, out-loud, and see. ;-)

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  3. Fifty-five Finney Flakes for
    fifty-five Finney Fans.

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  4. John Calvin's Caverns off the coast of Costa Rica.

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  5. Six sublapsarians slandering seven supralapsarians.

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  6. @Joel the Immerser

    It succeded in twisting my tongue. And I said it at a moderte speed. (I stumbled at "Terry the temperate tortoise")

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  7. Super-fragile-Calvinistic-expialidocious

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  8. The Thoroughly Theological Thingamajig

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  9. Hans Calvinist AndersenMay 8, 2011 at 7:05 PM

    Seventy seven benevolent elephants stepped on Sproul's spongecake.

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  10. Thomas Watson went to Wales to watch walruses.

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  11. Nigel PettiboneMay 8, 2011 at 7:10 PM

    Eddie edited it.

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  12. Phlegm C. CretionMay 8, 2011 at 7:13 PM

    I saw Esau, he saw me, and she saw I saw Esau.

    (from the Tongue Twister Emergent Study Bible)

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  13. Tleet LoggainisMay 8, 2011 at 7:25 PM

    Boettner bought a Bible but, said he, my Bible's better so he brought a better Bible to the Bible Broadcast Hour.

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  14. Paddy packed Puritan paperbacks.

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  15. Sproul spryly sprinkled sprockets spraying sprawling sprinters.

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  16. A plethora of Pentecostal pastors prefer plastic pulpits to preach Proverbs proficiently.

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  17. This is something that Mr. Boyd posted a long time ago. I liked it so much that I memorized it. Though it's not a tongue twister, per se....

    "God's choice to choose the chosen was a choice chosen before the chosen could choose to choose their choice because they were chosen before they ever made a choice to choose."

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  18. Where did you find that? I don't remember it.

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  19. Mr. Boyd:
    I don't remember. I just know that I wrote it down and said it while brushing my teeth. :D I spent several late nights going through the archives when I was new to CC.

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  20. It might have been Mr. Cardwell who posted it. I can't recall now. But I think it was you.

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  21. Rewrite to make it a little harder:

    Forty-five Finney Flakes for
    fifty-four Finney Fans.

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  22. ...I mean, a LOT harder.

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  23. @Toy Boat Joe

    That is harder. I think I've just sprained my lower lip. :-)

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  24. Thank you stranger dot strange dot land, and now, you will never hear from me again.

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  25. "All that the Father giveth me shall come to me; and him that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out." John 6:37

    This must qualify as a tongue twister because I know some who stumble all over this phrase and are unable to utter it. Try it yourself. If you can read it out loud, you are a Calvinist; if not you are probably Arminian. I heard a pastor preaching in John 5 and he just skipped over all the hard verses as though they didn’t even exist.

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  26. @RMP: I said it; I'm a Calvinist. :D

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  27. Luther looted a luthier
    to lamely loot a flute,
    but the luthier lay lame
    in his own little hame
    and Luther looted only a flute.

    Needs work :)

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