Wednesday, August 31, 2005


1. You think "Will and Grace" is a sitcom about Arminians and Calvinists.

2. Your idea of evangelism is to nail a copy of Luther's 95 theses to the door of every house in your neighborhood (in Latin).

3. Your kids are named Luther, Calvin, and Zwingli.

4. Your bumper sticker says "Honk if you're a Supralapsarian!"

5. You tune into "Crossing Over" expecting to see the 18th century theologian, not the 21st century psychic.

6. You have a life-size poster of John Gerstner on your bedroom wall.

7. You have a Jonathan Edwards lunch box with a John Calvin thermos.

8. After having one too many drinks, you decide to get Luther and Calvin's faces tattooed on each arm.

9. You keep accidentally referring to the Rose Bowl as the Tulip Bowl.

10. You read Freedom of the Will to your six year old for a bedtime story.

Stolen from Micah @ Resolution 57


Jarrett said...
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Jarrett said...

in reply to your comments on my blog.....masters is awesome, although i dont go there, all my friends do and my pastors went there. Its amazing!! Master's has had a huge impact on my life through its teachings and conferences which i love. I am planning on going to the seminary there next year!!!

Anonymous said...

A big amen goes out to Jarrett! The Master's Seminary is probably one of the few which preaches solid biblical truth with no apologies. Although there are great men out there (and I'm sure others will disagree with the following), I don't know of any person in this world who has honestly studied and humbly sought out the Scriptures for so long. I know people like Calvin existed, and that others like James White also are passionate about the truth. But, truth be told, I have never seen anyone as much about objective truth and application as much as MacArthur is... and he truly lives what he preaches. His seminary is worth attending.

Julianne (I called you Julie on my blog, is that okay?), thanks for the laugh! I will have to remember the Will and Grace thing... the title of that post was too much to pass up.

Anonymous said...

Oh, the third sentence was referring to MacArthur... sorry, I'm a little out of it.

Anonymous said...

I like the first, about will and grace that was a good one!

Joanna Martens said...

Jonathan Edwards lunch box?
I wants one!

aron said...

Now that's funny stuff!

Micah said...

So I'm sitting here catching up with your blog from the library and I think, "hmmm...this sounds familiar." haha