I had a little chuckle at his expense and shared it with Real Johnson readers, who also seemed to enjoy the exchange, and we all moved on.
Or so you all thought.
You see, I have a confession to make.
I didn't move on.
Since that time, that website has actually been a regular stop on my routine trips around the blogosphere.
In fact, there are few sites that can improve my mood more than that great provider of Christ-related wallpapers and horrendous inspirational Christian poetry, Turnback to God--a site moderated by a unibrowed fellow who goes by the name "Georgy."
Unlike Georgy's myriad other readers though, I don't stop by for a moment of enlightenment, some words of inspiration, or to download such gems as "AwesomeGod.mp3."
I head to Turnback to God, of course, to stir shit up. Call it petty, call it mean, call it small-minded, or as some of you did last time, call it far too easy, but I get a kick out of messing with people like this.
I know; I'm an asshole.
But when you combine horrible grammar and spelling, religious tripe, persecution of people because of their sexual preference, and poorly constructed arguments, it's bait I simply can't resist.
So I often find myself over at Turnback to God when I feel like having an argument and mocking the stupid (Read: often).
Recently, over on Turnback to God, a guest writer with the fantastically awesome name Capt. Mervin John Lobo posted a little gem modeslty titled "Bible: The Best Book In The World."
I'll spare you the details of Capt. Mervin's post, but it's full of such insights as "The Bible is unique. Holy Bible is the best book in the world. There is no book in the world like it."
Also included are thoughtful analysis of the Bible's authenticity, such as "There is no myth in Bible, the best book in the world."
Anyway, I had some time to kill and thought I'd lend my voice to the discussion. My comments are below. Please feel free to add your own here, or head on over to the original post to weigh in.
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