Humor in Science and Theology

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Ha! Love it. :slightly_smiling_face:

There’s also a missing link, but you might be able to find it in Boston:

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I don’t think that’s the missing link because it keeps failing to thrive.

Two things to remember tonight.

  1. Only heretics celebrated Halloween yesterday or Fall Festival tonight. The righteous is about to start celebrating Halloween right now.

  2. Even though your heart is in the right place it’s not wise to do a socially distance Halloween by driving around and handing candy out of your vehicle to random kids.

Xd.

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Maybe more sad than funny, but it’s a comic…

I have to remind myself (especially when bombarded with anti-vax “content”) that pseudoscience is quick and easy to produce because proper research and journalism take a lot more time and effort than ignorance does. Doesn’t mean it’s not worth it to say something, but it’s also probably healthy to be selective about who/what we use our energy to respond to.

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Too true.  

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I like interjecting Jesus into random conversations that are often completely irrelevant.

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I took physics from Hugh Young (we didn’t use his book, we used Halliday and Resnick, which tells you something about him). Later I had an office next to him. He was an extremely cool guy.


EDIT: missing word

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Consider this comic abducted. I’ll use it wisely. I hope.

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Not so much of a joke. Apparently in a church very close to where I live, ushers had to walk around at the back behind the pews to keep the lights on.

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It also works if you replace ‘prioritising your tasks’ with ‘prayer’.

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WOW good one Liam

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Jesus did not come to bring peace but division

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Reminiscent of your “How many conspiracists does it take to change a light bulb?”

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All in good fun of course…

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The crazy thing is … I don’t think you’ll ever have to update that!

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“Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone.” -Colossians 4:6

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