Something Funny…

Dying in pain from my intestinal infection, I thought of something that made me laugh.  Now that my pain killers have taken control for a few minutes, I figured that I would post this:



Until Next Time,

Lyndon “feels like I’m dying” Unger



Seeing that I posted a rambling exegetical blatherscythe last time, I’m now going to simply throw down some thoughts.

I’m sleepy.

I’m going for a nap…wait.  Some rambling thoughts first:

I’ve been working through Galatians 4:21-5:1 for the last few weeks, and the more I study the NT and its use of the OT, the more I realize that even “scholars” and “pastors” really are just absurdly ignorant about the OT.  We don’t know our Bibles to save our lives, and we’re the ones who are supposed to.

Textual Criticism is a subject that so many people (and pastors) are so utterly clueless about, it’s no wonder that Satan employs it as his ammunition of choice against Christianity in the academy these days.

Naruto is about to beat Pain (like 20 more manga or so), but HOW will he have a chance against Uchiha Madara?  Will Sasuke join him in the end?

NOW, I’m going for a nap,


– P.S. – Here’s a thought continued from here:

I used to work as an Ornatrix in an Amish community.  Here’s a little of my portfolio:

Hair 1

Hair Fail

Hair fail 4

Crazy Hair 3

Crazy Hair 2

Chewwie Hair

Crazy Hair 4

Crazy Hair 5

Crazy Hair 6

Okay.  The joke’s dead.

I’ll let it go

The Answer to the Question You’ve ALWAYS wanted to know…

WHAT IN THE WORLD is the song “The Days of Elijah” talking about?

After years of speculating, I had a genius idea…

…look it up on the web!  HA!

Here is the answer to the question I’ve heard probably 50 times.

So now the song makes a little more sense to me (although it’s absurd that a worship song is so confusing that you have to read an interview with the author to understand it)…though I am slightly skeptical as to whether or not the title of the song was received via divine revelation.

I wonder if Robin Mark considers himself a prophet now?

Well, he attends a Lakeland supporting church, so I wouldn’t be surprised… And check out this post for sheer ‘what in the world?’ factor…”I knew something wasn’t right but I said wait and see but maybe I should have gone with my first instinct.”

…uh, yeah.  I knew something wasn’t right too.  Maybe it was when he ‘healed’ that woman by kicking her in the face.  I think that gave me a clue.  Let’s just say that I wasn’t surprised when Charisma reported that Todd Bentley was an alcoholic and cheated on his wife; fapparently that negatively affected his ministry (somehow?!?).  It’s all good now, since he’s remarried already…oh, except that he’s completely disqualified from ministry and is a false teacher.  Other than that, he’s all good.

Relating it all back to the song, I think Robin Mark’s theology comes out in the song.  If the Bible is not handled seriously by a worship leader (and let’s be honest…health & wealth churches don’t even pretend to take the scriptures seriously), the songs that will emerge will have nouns and verbs that appear in the Bible, but a worldview that, well, biblically speaking…uh…this sums it up.

Until Next Time,

Lyndon “The Armchair Theologian” Unger