Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Praise

  PopeWatch attempted to have Mr. Eastwood sing Yahweh’s People Dance for Joy, and PopeWatch was lucky to escape with his life.    

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Donald R. McClarey

In The Name of God

Any day with a new Lutheran Satire video is a good day!  Hattip to my bride for bringing it to my attention.  I have spoken to Jehovah Witness door to door evangelists since I was a teenager and found them

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Donald R. McClarey

Just Friends

  News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee: GLENDALE, CA—Writers for VeggieTales have confirmed to press that stars Bob and Larry are accountability partners and nothing more.  The statement came after progressive outrage over Sesame Street’s confirmation that Bert and

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Donald R. McClarey

The Trinity and Us

“The gates of heaven are lightly locked, We do not guard our gain, The heaviest hind may easily Come silently and suddenly Upon me in a lane. “And any little maid that walks In good thoughts apart, May break the

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Franciscan Ecumenicalism

One thing you have to give Pope Francis is how he brings Christians together.  Only Pope Francis could bring PopeWatch and Martin Luther to agreement on anything, courtesy of those twisted folks at The Lutheran Satire:     In the

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Donald R. McClarey

Saint Patrick’s Bad Analogies

It wouldn’t be Saint Patrick’s Day without Saint Patrick’s Bad Analogies, courtesy of The Lutheran Satire.  And an added bonus:

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Donald R. McClarey

More Than Conquerors

As faithful readers of this blog know,  I have often posted humorous videos from The Lutheran Satire.  The man behind the videos, Lutheran Pastor Hans Fiene, has a profound reflection on the Sutherland shootings at The Federalist:   So when

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April Fool From the Lutheran Satire

  A bit strange, even for The Lutheran Satire, but I fear that Ozymandias may be an accurate summation of this pontificate:   I met a traveller from an antique land, Who said—“Two vast and trunkless legs of stone Stand

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Reformations

The Lutheran Satire explains the Reformation or rather Reformations.  Stick around for the ending after the credits.

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Tim Kaine Is No Prophet

  Faithful readers of this blog know that I am a fan of The Lutheran Satire videos.  The man behind them, Lutheran Pastor Hans Fiene, has a great post at The Federalist on Tim Kaine’s prediction that the Catholic Church

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Reactions to Frank the Hippie Pope

    The group New Catholic Generation has a group of Catholics view the Frank the Hippie Pope video by The Lutheran Satire and give their reactions to it.  Give your reaction to their reactions in the comboxes.      

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CS Lewis on the Trinity

      You know that in space you can move in three ways – to left or right, backwards or forwards, up or down. Every direction is either one of these three or a compromise between them. They are

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Parodies

17 These are wells without water, clouds that are carried with a tempest; to whom the mist of darkness is reserved for ever. 18 For when they speak great swelling words of vanity, they allure through the lusts of the

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Shocking New Discovery About Christ!

  From those brilliantly twisted folks at The Lutheran Satire.  As CS Lewis said:   You will find that a good many Christian political writers think that Christianity began going wrong in departing from the doctrine of its founder at

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Saint Patrick and the Trinity

Well, the Trinity is a hard concept for human minds to grasp, something we often encounter when describing God.  Saint Patrick probably never used a shamrock to describe the Trinity, but I like to think he did state what the

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The Moral Law and the Ritual Purity Law

Those wonderfully twisted folks at The Lutheran Satire explain the distinction between the moral law and the ritual purity law to internet atheists.  It is an important issue and I have addressed it before:   A question arose yesterday in

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Martyrs Read Joel Osteen Tweets

From those delightfully twisted folks at The Luthern Satire.  May I suggest a follow up of martyrs reading selections from National Catholic Reporter editorials?

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Saint Patrick’s Bad Analogies: Updated

From those wickedly funny folks at The Lutheran Satire.  On Saint Patrick’s Day it is good to recall this from his confession of faith: For there is no other God, nor ever was before, nor shall be hereafter, but God

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