Filed By Bil Browning | September 28, 2009 11:30 AM | comments
Filed in: Fundie Watch, Media
Tags: Christ-like, hypocrisy, Pharisees, Ted Haggard
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Hmmm. A guy who aims to be a Christian religious leader, but who can't even spell the word "crucifixion" correctly...
That's because he's used to selling fiction as religious truth!
I would argue that both of those stories are "fiction," but I am a full-of-sin homosexual, so there you go.
aside from the narcissism implicit to comparing his disaccomodation to a torture murder, do you suppose that the homoerotic renderings of the sufferings of Christ might obsess our re-closeted patron saint of crystal meth?
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I don't even know what he means by the whole "resurrection validated the impact of his crucifixion" thing. Is this some evangelical thing where the (social? political? theological? metaphysical?) impact of Jesus's crucifixion wasn't "valid" before his resurrection?
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Crucifiction? Freud would have a field day.