Friday, February 13, 2009

Old School Thing Thang Walla Walla Bling Blang

Well, they're a lot like M* over there, having few posts and a small pool of commentators, so I don't always notice what's happening until a few weeks later.

As with this beauty of a post
from Geoff J., which can be summarized this way:

"Nevertheless, fear God — he will justify in committing a little sin . . . there is no harm in this . . . if it so be that we are guilty, God will beat us with a few stripes, and at last we shall be saved in the kingdom of God."

I especially love his deceleration that that Finding Nemo is a good guide for how to live. Those scriptures, on the other hand, actually expect you to repent and keep commandments and stuff. Better an animated sea turtle than a living God, I guess.

Oh, and Geoff's statement he's becoming "more mellow, more accepting, more loving, less anxious in general. I think that is a good thing so I am not fighting it these days" - what does that remind me of? Oh, yes. This:

"And others will he pacify, and lull them away into carnal security, that they will say: All is well in Zion; yea, Zion prospereth, all is well"


Anonymous2 said...

What I love are all the "welcome home" comments from other pseudo-scholars who want to make sure everyone else knows that they arrived at that conclusion without the help of that upstart Geoff J., thank you very much.

By the way, does NCT ever remind you of Acts 17:21?

Mister Correlation said...

Now, now. I just had to remove a comment with some profanity.

I'm the only one allowed to cuss on this blog, and I'll keep to the ones found in the scriptures.

As for NCT & Acts 17:21 - not really. One big problem with NCT and the rest of the 'Nacle is that what they are saying isn't all that new or profound - they just think it is.

Geoff J said...


You probably should have posted your complaints about my post in the comments there. That way more than two people would have seen them.

Mister Correlation said...

What makes you think I am complaining? Or that I care if more than two people see it?

Those who have eyes to see, let them follow the example of Oedipus. Or something.