Category Archives: Religion

Hijab Barbie

Well, not Barbie exactly — Fulla, and she’s a best-seller in the Mideast. She has the same, uh, “dimensions” as Barbie, but darker hair and features. She comes complete with a hijab, a prayer rug, and solid traditional values. Fulla … Continue reading

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Gays Barred from the Priesthood

Hate the sin, love the sinner. As long as he’s not anywhere near you. UPDATE: Neil has a pretty funny take on this whole thing.

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Finding My Religion

This makes me want to start going to church again. Unity Fellowship Church, housed in a gray former warehouse in East New York, is the New York outpost of the Unity Fellowship Church Movement, the only Christian denomination explicitly set … Continue reading

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I *heart* Mass

Because they *heart* marriage equality. The Catholic Church? Not so much. They’re preoccupied with their homo witch-hunt, apparently looking to oust anyone with deviant tendencies from the priesthood after the well-publicized child sex abuse scandal. Nevermind, of course, that attraction … Continue reading

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One Nation Under God, Revisited

A month ago I wrote on Ethan’s experience reciting the pledge in his kindergarten classroom. Last week when Ethan started kindergarten, I was concerned about a great number of things, one of which was him knowing that no matter what … Continue reading

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Why Buy the Cow?

Well, first of all, if I were to buy a cow, I’d want to make sure I got one whose milk I enjoyed. It would be pretty unfortunate to purchase a cow with no prior knowledge of said cow’s milk, … Continue reading

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Muslims are Nazis, kind of. Let’s declare war on them.

Total lack of historical knowledge, anyone? Radical Islam, sometimes accurately called Islamo-fascism, has all the “advantages” the Nazis had in Germany in the 1930s. The Islamo-fascists find a Muslim population adrift, confused and humiliated by the dominance of foreign nations … Continue reading

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Women: Ruining the World

Because Judeo-Christian values are apparently experiencing a major devaluation, women suddenly have power — and now they’ve gone off and ruined everything. Oh, and Christianity’s oppression of women is reason #22 why it’s really fantastic. Who lets these nutjobs publish … Continue reading

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Quiet War On Abortion, Plus Dems

The Dems are signing on for their support of national Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers (TRAP laws). If the acronym is new to you, here is a background: For years, the anti-abortion movement has pressed its case with noisy demonstrations … Continue reading

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Note to World

The hurricane was not an act of God to punish us. The Salvation Army conducted an outside religious service that included songs such as “What a Friend We Have in Jesus.” “Natural disaster is caused by the sin in the … Continue reading

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God, Save Us From Looting

The looting in New Orleans wouldn’t have happened if students were taught the 10 Commandments in schools. Cuz that’s the only way to learn that stealing is wrong. Plus, liberals steal, just like the commies. Although, as far as I … Continue reading

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What Really Caused Katrina?

Water vapor, warm air, condensation and wind, you say? Oh you sad, sad blue-stater, you just don’t get it, do you? Courtesty of that science-loving radical right, we now know that hurricanes are caused by evil feminists aborting their babies … Continue reading

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