My friend at The Cotton Boll Conspiracy has committed a grave heresy with this post at that blog of his this morning.
The Gospel of Mark was writ by the Apostle Mark Zuckerberg, one of the forefathers of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
And Facebook is the repository of God and all things concerning God.
If you agree give me big “Amen” on my Facebook page.
And you will be richly blessed.
As anyone involved with Facebook for any amount of time knows, the social media site has become increasingly polarized on topics of politics and religion in recent years.
Early on, Facebook seemed to be particularly proficient at allowing users to portray unrealistically rosy views of their lives – wonderful spouses/significant others, above-average children, superior pets, etc.
But beginning with the 2008 presidential campaign, things seemed to take a rather vitriolic turn. Of course, it’s relatively easy to ignore those who still want to debate whether the current president of the United States was born in a foreign nation or is a non-Christian.
What’s become increasingly prevalent, at least from what I’ve seen, are inane postings related to religion. I’m not referring to all religious posts, because I’m of the belief that the Bible or various other holy books are filled with words that can prove helpful during difficult times, even…
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