Humor in Science and Theology

No argument – I’m delusional. :grin:

Court of A-peels ( Genesis 3:4 )

“To such restrictive rules, do not cling!

Eat of this! To you it will bring

Wondrous insight

From one little bite!

It’s the peach that passeth understanding.”

Anyone wanting 133 pages of this stuff, let me know.

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No! No more!! Stop!!! :grin:

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True, except for the fact that he is recognizing and admitting his error:

I was going to tag someone, but restrained myself. :grin:

Yeah, it’s a little dark:

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Must be Calvinist, with that total depravity thing:

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That reminds me of the little girl looking under the bed and reporting, “There’s someone under the bed, Mommy, but I can’t tell if they’re coming or going!” :grin:

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Remember also Mathew 10:14 … so shake that dust off your butt.

As today is 10-23:
How many atoms are in a bowl of dip?
One guacamole.
How much is that?
Avocado’s number.

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But it was earlier this morning: 06:01:19.71.
(I cheated: decimal time calculator. If you want to check ‘my’ work, you can do it backwards. :grin:)

If you find history repeating itself humorous, a newspaper snippet from November 2, 1918:

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Not humorous as much as ironic. :neutral_face:

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Oops, not sure what happened here.

Apparently no chemists intuited the first significant figures of Avogadro’s number in it’s Halloween disguise, hh:mm:ss.ss format (or were too polite to say what they really thought :grin:).

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Studying Job and think I found my new Bible verse tag line for social media, Job 12:2-

2 “Doubtless you are the only people who matter,
and wisdom will die with you!

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I didn’t know the Bible contained such refined sarcasm.

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Clearly that wolf was created in a lab.

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And the wolf that isn’t there will immediately disappear on November 4th!

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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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