Benny Finney's great-grandfather shows scant regard for Matthew 5:18
"Yep, them Calvinst's surely have never read this verse before!"
"Erasing the jots isn't too hard. The tittles are a bit more difficult."
If I can't convince them Calvinists through my manipulation of Scripture verses, maybe I can manipulate some of the definitions in this dictionary. There, that ought to do it!
CC'S Believe It Or Don't # 421 - Benny Finney once wrote a 3000 page volume entitled "Calvinism Exposed". At a book signing, he is rumored to have told a fan, "If you can't persuade a Calvinist with this weighty tome, then at least give him a good smack upside the head with it."
"Make up to 60K a year being a scribe. Yeah right!!!"
When he read that God told Abraham to tell the stars and number them if he were able, Abe L. Horowitz took on Genesis 15:5 as a personal message from G-d, to tally and record the descendants of Abraham. In the USA edition, Abe is already up to the names beginning with the Hebrew letter Yod.
LOL @ JJJC
The local LifeWay decided to have a deceased author look-a-like day. Here C. S. Lewis's look-a-like signs the Narnia books in one volume.
"Ooohoohoo! John 3:16! I'm gonna get Eddie good next week..."
Now, that is interesting. On the Top 40 commenters, ConstitutionGirl is number 4 (133 comments), and Constitution Girl is 33rd (8 comments).Calvinistic Cartoons is a very strange land.
Speaking of our historically keen commentator, she popped up a few days ago and I wonder where she is now? Haven't seen her in a bit. CC is a "strangeland" of dual identities it seems, though this one is more obvious.
Okay, scratch that, she has changed identities again. Though this one comes with a cool video link.
Yes, I watched that video, Michael. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. Pastor Conway reminds me of Paul Washer.
Well, well, wouldja look at that......people talkin' about me when I'm not around. :D Truth is, genl'm'n, that I've been swamped with business of sorts. My online shop has taken off, and has required much of my time, and photoshoping blog buttons and Etsy banners has also been on my plate. Not a bad busy, but I have been having CC withdrawal. Tim Conway has become sort of our cyber pastor. We don't have a pastor in our church since he died a few years ago, and we have had family sickness and haven't attended for a year anyway. We listen to Mr. Conway all the time. He is affiliated somehow with Paul Washer, yes. He's the same denomination as us (Reformed Baptist), and I agree with most of his theology (he's Amillenial, and I'm Postmillenial, and a few other differences, but who cares?) :D Be careful. Constitution Girl is prone to going incognito when she least expects it.
Go incognito if you must. Just please don't go incommunicado (for very long, anyways : ) I'm sure that all the comment-taters would agree that with you missing from the CC team, it is like the Seattle Mariners playing without a first baseman.I am really glad that your business is taking off. Pray that mine does the same. It has been pretty slow.
ha ha! you are very kind, Mr. Boyd. :) I'll try not to go MIA too often now. :D Seems to me that y'all have done pretty fine without me, though. (Spherical is sitting down there blinking at me while I type)I'm no sports fan, but I hear that the Mariners aren't doing so well. Maybe they lost their first baseman. Since your business isn't doing too well, maybe you should start making buttons like I do. You'd probably pick up a little. :D Seriously, though Mr. Boyd, I do appreciate your kind words. I will pray for your situation.
Each time Spherical blinks, I reflexively blink back. Jest caint he'p myse'f.
The aged Rob Bell, about to retire from "pastoring" his "church," puts the finishing touches on his magnum opus titled: "I Win: How I Made Millions in Book Sales Using a Combination of Heresy, Publicity Stunts, and Continual Self-Contradiction". Won't his devoted followers be surprised!!!!
I would love to give Rob Bell a KICK in his magnum opus.
Deacon John was giddy as he penned another "behooved" into his Message bible (small b intended) to make it acceptable to his KJV-only associates.
@Stranger: Not sure what you mean by the sports reference, I don't watch sports, but I trust your judgment so, tru dat strangerman! Our team has been somewhat shorthanded.@CG: Good to have you back, glad business is going well for you.
Thanks, Mr. Wright. :)
Everyone knows Baptist churches NEVER under any circumstances remove ANYONE from their membership rolls, they do however add names at every turn. Deacon Watt's is seen here adding the names of grandchildren and great-grandchildren of a member that died 20 years ago that have been emailed to him.