Now where are we going to find stone tablets

Tipped to us from Pharyngula by Reynard.

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7 thoughts on “Now where are we going to find stone tablets

  1. From the Pharyngula post:

    ” ‘We are going to intercede at the site of the statue of the bull on Wall Street to ask God to begin a shift from the bull and bear markets to what we feel will be the ‘Lion’s Market,’ or God’s control over the economic systems,” she said. “While we do not have the full revelation of all this will entail, we do know that without intercession, economies will crumble.’

    The Christians are praying for the bull and bear markets to be replaced with an Aslan market.”

    Aslan Market FTW! I LOLed!

  2. This is as goofy as the nut job who said that aliens were gonna park off the coast of Alabama, “The Day The Earth Stood Still” style. It’s like praying for rain during drought.

    Am I the only one to find irony in the fact that they chose a lion? I guess they have forgotten about that whole Roman Coliseum thing.

    om nom nom

  3. “Call for you — it’s Moses and he’s frickin’ PISSED, yo. Something about a golden calf and some graven images or some shit…hell, I don’t know, but I think you’d better take it in your office…”

  4. Actually, when I read this article I couldn’t help but think of Judge Roy’s Great Stone Idol™ and the hundreds of Fundies who bowed to it during it’s tour of selected areas of the country a few years ago after it was removed from the lobby of the Alabama Supreme Court building. And is it really any different from all those whack-jobs who wander the country looking for the Next Big Thing in Virgin-Mary-in-the-Glass and Jesus-in-the-Toast sightings? Some things never change…

  5. I was looking through the comments of this blog and I found one that I really like. Unfortunately, it fills me with despair.

    “Posted by: Paul Kuliniewicz | October 29, 2008 11:21 PM

    Actually, this has a sort of twisted brilliance to it. If the market goes up, that obviously proves there is a God and that prayer works. If the market goes down, that obviously proves there is a God punishing them for failing to read Exodus. It’s a win-win!”

    It’s true, they’ll just use their insanity to justify the existence of god. Some things never change 😦

  6. “It’s true, they’ll just use their insanity to justify the existence of god.”

    And vice versa…

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