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That's what I said! In my blog, among other things, I pointed out that peeing against a wall was what was called for, but unfortunatly, there are few peeing walls indoors in America...this is what evilution has lead us to! Men who don't act like men. Men who act like animals...peeing sitting down indoors on a porceline bowl. They should go find a tree like God intended.



Well, heck, if you follow this guy's logic, real men shouldn't use toilets either. They should just piss against the wall and call it a day.

I love sola scriptura.



That reliable standard would be my standard, of course :-)

You're right...hierarchy hasn't done the best job, but I've only been a part of 'democratic' churches, so I'm biased.


What about when it's like 4 in the morning and you are really tired, is okay to pee sitting down then?

I couldn't tell if this was real or fake. Then I looked on the website and that still doesn't help.



Church heirarchy hasn't exactly carried the ball without fumbling either. :-)

I'm still searching for the reliable standard by which one Biblical interpretation could be considered superior to another.

Luke Hartman

I'm speechless (but here's a comment anyway :-)

My wife and I were talking a few days ago about the value of graduate/seminary education and how it makes a big difference in one's ability to handle and interpret scripture. This is a prime example. Sometimes I wonder if Luther/Wycliff did us a favor by giving scripture to the common man. We haven't always treated it responsibly...


Oh lord! yet another stumbling block I have placed in front of my children!

Yet another millstone around my neck!

Yet another reason to be a Deist!



This could be Exhibit A of why you need formal theological training at an accredited Divinity School before you are allowed to pastor a church.

To be honest, I don't know if this is funny or scary. I think it may be a little of both.

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