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Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Mega Church Christian Sub-Culture

Thanks to my good buddy Ron for redirecting me to this post over at Challies.com. Frankly, even though Challies' feed is in my bloglines, I skipped over the post because of its length (this is why I think bloglines is dangerous.) Be sure not to miss the YouTube video link in comment #7 of the post. I'd link to it here but I want to make sure you read the whole post before watching the video. I have never watched King of The Hill, there is something about real-life portrayed through animation that freaks me out. I can't explain it but I realized it when I forced myself to get into the Simpsons, and failed. Perhaps now I will stop a watch King of the Hill if I ever find myself clicking around, vegging out.

(HT: Ron)

3 comments:

ron said...

The video is great. I love the line about selling Nat King Cole music at the church. I would probably think the same thing.

I tend to agree with the following statement too.

HANK: Can't you see you're not making Christianity better, you're just making rock n' roll worse. Man, I'm getting old...

ron said...

Oops, the previous post was wrong. The last line should have had a return before it. As in I, Ron, am getting old.

The video is great. I love the line about selling Nat King Cole music at the church. I would probably think the same thing.

I tend to agree with the following statement too.

HANK: Can't you see you're not making Christianity better, you're just making rock n' roll worse.

Man, I'm getting old...

Joey said...

Thank you so much for this post Pat! It's so entirely relevant to some discussions I've been having lately with a few people and just some of the thoughts I've had running through my head. Very, very nice!