If you missed Saturday Night Live this weekend, then you missed one of the best shows in years. Case in point from Weekend Update: "The poverty line: that invisible line that separates Walmart from Target." Also hilarious, this sketch in which Jesus has a little talk with Tebow and his tebowmates, I mean teammates. After...Read more
For The Chrisagis Brothers, Lord we thank You. They have given us some much joy over the last year. They've offered us racist toys. They've taught us about the rapture. Warned us about the dangers of gold, girls, and glory. And no one would dare question their patriotism. Now the twin Christian...Read more
After finally accepting the fact that he will not be allowed to violate copyright laws by reposting and critiquing his appearance on The Colbert Show, William Tapley, better known as The Third Eagle of the Apocalypse, has now posted a response to both Stephen Colbert and Anderson Cooper. Surprisingly he...Read more
This is fascinating. At least to me. Most churches are worried that theives or pranksters will come by and steal the baby Jesus from their nativity scene. This church, however, encourages people to take the baby Jesus because they "didn't want to be found nailing Jesus down or tying him to an...Read more
The may be the greatest melding of American ideology and Christian theology we've ever witnessed. The one woman kick line just takes this thing to a whole other level. Enjoy.Read more
So, this isn't an American story, but it definitely could be. A church in New Zealand put up this billboard of the Virgin Mary in a effort to make the point that her pregnancy was "real." Unconventional for sure, but...Read more
This is what you get. Or at least what was given at a Christmas party I went to over the weekend. A walnut. In a jar of rice. I think I would have preferred getting a lump of coal. At least you could burn it for fuel when the apocalypse hits and the electricity goes out.
Matthew Turner posted these videos from The Daily Show over at Jesus Needs New PR. They feature Jon Stewart, um, "rebuffing" Fox News' coverage of the eternal "war on Christmas". As usual, it...Read more