Where no Christians dare to go

Published May 3rd, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

Hi Bobby………I initially searched for ‘go where no Christians dare to go’ and your site came up. Very radical, original, spiritual and I think Jesus would like your individuality and lack of concern of what others think of you (especially cookie cutter Christians) Keep going the way very few others dare go. I like your zeal, your fervor and tenacious radical, rebellious spirit in which will be the channel of many accomplishments transpiring.

[Thank you very much, Bridgette! Welcome to FSM, please stick around for a while. –bobby]

68 Responses to “Where no Christians dare to go”

  1. Ande says:

    you know what we say: to boldly go where no one has gone before

  2. BlackBard says:

    Me thinks yaaaar about to be touched by His Noodly Appendage. May you be bathed in the warmth of His Sauce.

  3. Pasta pirate says:

    Thank you Bridgette. You have indeed been touched (non sexually) by his noodliness.

  4. Iron Mike says:

    There are lots of us out here who are going to quit being “nice’ just because it is religion. It is time to fight back against Christio- and Islamo- fascists who are trying to take over and bring us back to the 12th century.

    Welcome Bridgette

  5. Rev. Connor says:

    I love you

  6. ME DUH says:

    Thank you.
    While many of us (including myself) completely believe in this religion, others just use it to show religious people how ridiculous religion in general is. :)
    Peace Love and Pirates!!!

  7. Pasta pirate says:

    John, that is SO true

  8. Karma Mayhem says:

    I would be very careful of criticizing cookie cutter christians. Anyone in the know knows this is simply slang for munchiekenarians, who are an ancient order. Previously misplaced in the annals of time, we were recently rediscovered in the early to mid 1960’s during the Peace, Love, Happiness, and Amnesia Enlightenment Movement. Historically, it’s the amnesia part that has made it somewhat difficult to fully document the evolution of this socially significant religious movement. But everyone remembers the cookies. I must go on record here to point out the misguided attempt in the 70’s to present Munchiekenarie as a comical Cookie Monster in order to appeal to children. This was not only heretical, but also quite dangerous. While many children are inordinately peaceful, loving, and rediculously happy, amnesia is best left to the realm of adults – who can effectively fill in the missing blanks and through normal evolution have perfected the art of confabulation. Thank you, and may you all be pleasantly confused.

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