View Full Version : God's advocate required

16th June 2005, 12:59
Since Chico is doing such a crap job of it.

Surely someone can bring some rational and sensible debate, even if they don't buy into it, beyond it must be true because the baby Jesus loves us and the bible tell's us so ...

I think we've got the devil covered. :evil

16th June 2005, 13:06
I cud do dat massah Snaw ah is fill'd wid de spirit of de lawd (praise him) all de time. Sho nuff.

PS Every ting de bible say am true. I bin read de Gidgeon in Travelodge, de lawd he say:

Now go and smite Amalek, and utterly destroy all that they have, and spare them not; but slay both man and woman, infant and suckling, ox and sheep, camel and ass.

Ah not find nobody call Amalek but de hotel porter called Amhed and dat near enuff ah gotta do de lawds bidding so I done kill him wid de lampstand and his wife and baby not find no ox or sheep an tings but I squash his hamster.

16th June 2005, 13:09
Oral sex between consenting males is mentioned eleven times in the Bible
and never censoriously, yet any mention of it has been edited out of the
Readers Digest condensed version.

16th June 2005, 13:10
Ironically, it was only with the arrival of Christianity that sex and
aggression became confused. Erotica was driven underground and sado-
masochism - with predominantly homoerotic overtones - replaced it in the
visual arts. Beside the gentle image of the Madonna and Child, we find
the Pieta, the Crucifixions, Stations Of the Cross and a multitude of
martyrdoms, often depicting languorous young men. The flagellation
literature of the nineteenth century and video nasties
may be seen as continuations of Western traditions.

Lucifer Box
16th June 2005, 13:24
That St Sebastian, he was a right looker. Even after all that piercing.


16th June 2005, 14:06
That St Sebastian, he was a right looker.

Don't...reminds me of a Derek Jarman film I once had the misfortune to watch...

16th June 2005, 14:42

Glance at before quickly switching channels maybe, watch implies something completely different ...

16th June 2005, 15:37
Watching vigourously;)