Monday, November 12, 2007

Ifs of Og

I was browsing a new blog today that made some very poignant points in short verse. Often stated as If-Then statements, he shows that you can say a lot in a few words. Many had me laughing out loud. This guy should fill in writing Dave's Top Ten during the writers' strike. Here are a few choice examples:

If the Good News is that you and a few others who make the cut will be saved from screaming in hell-fire for billions of years with the rest of us, when were you gonna drop the Bad News on us?

If we want to talk about true goodness, isn't beer a pertinent place to begin the discussion? Beer separates those of us who enjoy God's gift of alcohol from the people who make us want to drink it.

If Christianity is not a performance based religion, why aren't you allowed to get off the treadmill?

If Christ asked His Father to forgive those who crucified Him, aren't they all forgiven completely?

2 comments:

Yael said...

If we want to talk about true goodness, isn't beer a pertinent place to begin the discussion? Beer separates those of us who enjoy God's gift of alcohol from the people who make us want to drink it.

I totally disagree!! It should be a fine 12-year old scotch. Beer? No way. You are obviously misinterpreting the text. Try reading it in Hebrew. It definitely says 'scotch'.

Noogatiger said...

Maybe the original text only read strong drink. Therefore it could be open to interpretations and could be anything from Beer, to Gentleman Jack to Bacardi 151, to moonshine.
Don't put limitations on the Word my man.

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