This blog post raises a theme I have often seen made in Christian circles and it really is among the dumbest claims that get made by Christians. It comes under the banner of validation by self identified victimisation. Apparently, being mocked validates your beliefs. Or rather, mocking something means it’s real because no one ever mocks a not real thing. Golly!
Well, that must mean the earth is really flat, unicorns exist, there’s a pot of gold at the end of every rainbow, and amazingly, atheism really is true! Oh the contradiction!
But, the question that you really want me to answer is….
Would I try this Ice Cream? Hell yes!
More importantly, why didn’t I know about it when I was in Toronto last summer? Oh well, guess I’ll have to arrange a trip back one day.
6 days / 66 books / 6000 years
Recently we read about an ice cream in Canada called ‘Sweet Jesus Ice cream.’ 1
- The ’t’ of ‘sweet’ is an inverted cross.
- The ’s’ of Jesus is the sign of an ‘SS style “S” that was popular among Satanic metal bands of the ’70s and ’80s.
# Some of their promotional slogans
- ‘Everyone has a cross to bear. Yours won’t be hunger.’
- ‘Eat like its your Last Supper.’
- ‘Thou shalt not take the Lord’s name in vain, but God Damn that’s delicious.’
- ‘Love is patient, love is kind, but you can’t lickit. So who cares?’
# They are a good advertisement that Jesus is real.
Nobody mocks a non-entity, a fiction or a fable. They do what the Bible says:
- Jesus will be mocked. He was mocked at the Cross, “Then they spat in His face and struck Him with their fists. Others slapped Him and said, ‘Prophecy to…
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