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Jesus Loves You 29 April 2021

Is a catch phrase of the sort of evangelical who tries to go out actively recruiting. Which is fine if you're already in that mindset. But if you aren't, it can have unfortunate implications.

…and He'll respect you in the morning.

…and this hurts Him more than it hurts you.

…but not as much as He loves crows, which may help explain next Tuesday.

…so why you gotta make Him so mad, baby?

…lightly fried in garlic butter.

…and this is for your own good.

…so He's going to play with you till you break.

Tags: real life

  1. Posted by Nick Marsh at 09:07am on 29 April 2021

    ... but everyone else thinks you’re an arsehole.

  2. Posted by J Michael Cule at 12:21pm on 29 April 2021

    Your numbers 2, 4 and 6 are actually things you'll find said in Christian theology.

    It also makes me think of this particularly soupy song:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owx3ao42kwI

  3. Posted by RogerBW at 01:02pm on 29 April 2021

    The theological argument all too often seems to degenerate into the idea that what is "good" for us to do is not what is "good" for God to do.

    Number 4, for example, is also many spousal abusers.

  4. Posted by Chris Bell at 02:21pm on 29 April 2021

    What that soupy song makes me think of, Mike, is how much I absolutely hated being expected to listen to people my own age singing something badly, when I was four and five and six.

  5. Posted by John P at 11:03pm on 29 April 2021

    ... but the Pope has banned the pill.

  6. Posted by Robert at 07:36pm on 03 May 2021

    The corollary to this we often used was “he found Jesus...

    ...because Jesus didn’t run fast enough.”

    ...because Jesus wasn’t hiding very well.”

  7. Posted by RogerBW at 07:51pm on 03 May 2021

    …and said "you're It".

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