Monday, December 18, 2006

Nothing to See Here, Go Read Deuteronomy

The very fact you are reading this, instead of your Bible shows our Governor that you are not as perfect as he is! I get this from his comment that people "should spend less time reading blogs and more time reading the Bible".

Sorry Governor, they are both a part of a healthy mental diet. It would be difficult to apply what we learn in the Bible to our lives if all we ever read was the Bible. The Bible tells us to watch out for guys like you, and the blogs help us to realize that you are one of those guys.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Roland said...

With his radical message, Jesus would have one of those blogs that are appreciated by 10 or 12 people but get hundreds of messages from haters.

He probably would be so poor that he wouldn't even have a PC, though, now that I think about it.

He'd have to use one at the public library, where his controversial views would be monitored by the government.

And based on what he said, we'd torture and kill him again.

9:16 AM, December 19, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So the ArkansasWatch blog is the junk food of the mental diet right? The stuff you consume that makes you fat with contempt, arrogance, and mis-information? The stuff that leads to cholesterol build-up that will induce a massive heart attack? The stuff that so warps your body and mind that you feel so morally sound that you can call a pastor that is advocating reading the Bible a wolf in sheep's clothing? Yum. Pass the illusions of grandeur gravy please.

9:22 AM, December 19, 2006  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

I have delusions of granduer? I know I am just a voice crying out in the wilderness.

When a man is a pastor, when a man does claim the name of Christ publically, he has an obligation to conduct himself better. It does not give him a free pass on things we would condemn other leaders for.

I was once a big Huckabee supporter. I now find myself unable to defend him from the Arktimes blog accusations(and I realize the Governor's comments were directed at that blog and not this little one, I did not even report on his scandalous conduct regarding the furniture).

9:30 AM, December 19, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think that you should read the book and not just take one line from it and run. But lets address the one line. He says read the Bible more and blogs less. Not read only the Bible and never blogs. I take from that something entirely different than what you are, but maybe that is beacuse I read the Bible more and blogs less.(lol) I take from that comment that there are valuable lessons in the Bible and things which i should try to live by life by, blogs while some do provide information of value and opinions that might be worth reading, by and large are mere avenues for gossip and bloviating.(spelling?)
Just an observation, but I think that you are taking out of context what the Governor was saying.
As for the furniture to which you are refering, I don't think there will be any need to defend the Governor on this, because there is no evidence that indicates that he stole the furniture, only questions prosed by Max at the times.

10:38 AM, December 19, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I read a lot of blogs but you get the crystal clear viewpoint from a small paragraph of the year award: Sorry Governor, they are both a part of a healthy mental diet. It would be difficult to apply what we learn in the Bible to our lives if all we ever read was the Bible. The Bible tells us to watch out for guys like you, and the blogs help us to realize that you are one of those guys.IS PRICLESS.

10:40 AM, December 19, 2006  

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