I think I prefer St. Luke’s version.
The background music says it all.
“Avoid Romans”. About choked on my coffee on that one.
Foursquare…. like the sect that denies the Holy Spirit works through the means of Grace? Jingle Bells blaring in the background? Magi appearing on the night of the Christchild’s birth, so it is implied, and they’ve got names too? Seriously, who thinks up this homogenized, cyber-versionized clap-trap? The written Word…they have no thanks for it. I also prefer St. Luke version.
Geesh, lighten up people. It was humor, not a doctrinal treatise. Go have some spiked egg nog or something.
I thought it was funny. Don’t worry Rev. McCain. Keep posting cool things like this!
Well, I thought it was funny, and wondered where people have the time to come up with stuff like that!
“Times change, feelings stay the same.”
Wished it could have said “Times change. The Word of the Lord endures for ever.”
But quite humorous. I, too, loved the “Avoid Romans” option on Google Maps.
If you enjoyed this, you might like the Christmas story told through Facebook. Go to http://www.ignitermedia.com and watch “A Social Network Christmas.”
I thought this was great. Thanks for sharing it! I especially loved the “like” count going through the roof on the Christ child, and the Magi “following” the Star of Bethlehem. What wonderful creativity!
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