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Friday, February 25, 2005

Baby Got Book

Remember Sir Mix-a-Lot? I heard about this spoof the other day, but it took me a while to find somewhere that I could actually view the video. It is TOTALLY worth checking out; I bet you'll laugh the whole way through it like I did.

Baby Got Book (or, Baby Got Bible).

It's done by some Christian can probably find his website fairly easily by doing a search, but I'm too lazy to right now.

I chose to link from the above site because of the comment below the video: "This video is both hilarious and sad at the same time. I think it is stuff like this that keeps me from taking religion seriously."

Unfortunately, I share some of this person's misgivings. In spite of the hilarity of the video and the importance of searching for a spouse who shares your convictions, he seems to trivialize what the Christian life entails. I dunno... I know that I'm often hyper-critical, but given the websites that I've purused where this came up, it seems like a lot of people are taking Christianity less seriously when they see things like this.


At 4:48 PM, February 25, 2005, Blogger Christian said...

Ok, so now I'm curious. But I'm getting an error when I try and visit the website... (server overload, maybe?)

At 5:08 PM, February 25, 2005, Blogger rs said...

that is one of the funniest things we've seen in a while.

At 7:27 PM, February 25, 2005, Blogger Christian said...

Wow. So where can I order one of those great big KJV necklaces? Molly, I'd pay good coin to see you lip sync that sucker for the talent show. I double-dog dare 'ya...

At 8:21 PM, February 25, 2005, Blogger Mark Traphagen said...

I saw this about a month ago..."NIV with a ribbon"...and had to watch it several times it was so funny. And then it made me cry to think how much it was exactly like most of my high school youth group experience.

My favorite scene...the guy getting the thumbs up from Holy Girl because he put baby Jesus in the right place on the flannel graph.

Sign me,

Old Enough to Remember Flannelgraphs

At 10:33 PM, February 25, 2005, Blogger Molly said...

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At 10:36 PM, February 25, 2005, Blogger Molly said...

Christian, You'd have to do more than dare me ... like PAY me ... lots...

Mark, flannel graphs are still around in some places!

At 10:09 PM, February 26, 2005, Blogger Mark Traphagen said...

Flannel graphs are still in use!Oh the joy!

I'm going to ask Dr. Poythress if I can present my hermeneutics paper as a flannel graph story.


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