Tuesday, December 28, 2010

"Can't you see you're not making Christianity better, you're just making rock and roll worse?"*

... people who are in any way serious practicing Christians are increasingly a minority in our culture, and as such [are] ripe for being understood primarily based on their loudest representatives. That one of these should be a man angry that the local branch of Chase didn't have religious Christmas decorations on display seemed, if anything, a way of making people more averse to Christianity rather than the contrary. Indeed, if I were to list the difficulties that Christianity faces at this time, the failure to be endorsed by J. P. Morgan Chase does not seem high on the list.
I guess everyone chooses where to draw the line but sometimes the choice does seem rather arbitrary ... read the whole story at DarwinCatholic.

* Hank Hill [talking to Christian rock musician], Reborn to Be Wild episode


  1. Tante Léonie12/28/10, 1:23 PM

    Hilarious quote from King of the Hill!

    RE: the story -- and they talk about post-Christian Europeans, as if this is a bad thing! At least we are spared this silliness.

    Seriously, though, the poor man sounds like he might not have taken his medication that day.

  2. It is the way I feel about TV evangelists ... "really guys? you're not making this easy for the rest of us!" :-D