Church

WordPress April Fool’s Stats

If only the ‘20 000’ hits I had today was true…

But it would seems as if WordPress has pulled one great ‘Site Stats’ page prank on all users for April Fool’s Day.

Not bad… not bad at all 😉 …

Culture

Hating Jesus and Sarah Palin in One

The Left Finds a Way to Display Their Hate For Palin & Jesus in One Exhibit.

Gateway Pundit:

Killing two birds with one stone.

The left found a way to display their hate for Jesus and Sarah Palin in one art exhibit.

Here’s one of the paintings from the Jesus Is Coming show at the R & R Gallery in LA:

I don’t pretend to know or understand American politics but this is simply despicable. And art it is not.

Church

Biblioblog Top 50 (March 2011)

On April Fool’s Day is here.

The Top 10:

Rank Blogger Blog Name Alexa Rank
1 Jim West Zwinglius Redivivus 67430
2 Joel L. Watts Unsettled Christianity 76709
3 Dan Wallace Contra Mundane 142679
4 James McGrath Exploring Our Matrix 146530
5 John Loftus Debunking Christianity 150931
6 Brian LePort Near Emmaus: Christ and Text 163558
7 Marc Cortez Scientia et Sapientia 179079
8 Matthew and Madeleine MandM 183633
9 Neil Godfrey Vridar 216038
10 Airton José da Silva Observatório Bíblico 217395

Rest follow.

Culture

Schools Ban Gideon Bibles to Avoid Upsetting other Faiths

Ah, let me guess… It can only be in multicultural Britain:

Schools have banned Christians from handing out Bibles to avoid angering other faiths.

The Gideons have become famed for handing out signature red Bibles to young children during school assemblies.

But they have been told to stay away from some classes because it may spark complaints from different faiths.

Abbot Beyne School and Paget High School near Burton On Trent in Staffordshire have made the controversial ban.

Maggie Tate, deputy head teacher of Abbot Beyne, said: ‘The reason we stopped the Gideons coming in is that we are a comprehensive multi-faith school. We felt it was inappropriate to allow one faith group to distribute material in school.’

She said all pupils at Abbot Beyne, Winshill were given moral-themed assemblies and that the school had the highest proportion of pupils in Staffordshire sitting GCSEs in religious education.

Headteacher at Paget High School in Branston, Don Smith, also cited multiculturalism [see, I told you] as the reason behind the decision to abolish the tradition…

The decision has caused outrage among Christians, who have accused the schools of trying to silence Christianity.

Gideons supporter Barry Martin said: ‘We live in a Christian country [I thought it was a Muslim country by now]. I think that if the Gideons want to offer Bibles to children then they should be allowed to do so.

‘Banning them is not right because these schools are trying to silence Christianity and we must fight to defend it [indeed]. Christians make this world a better place.’ [Amen].

Read more here.

But brainwash children with homosexual literature is perfectly acceptable!? What stupid godless people.