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Podolin (talk|edits) said:

8 February 2013

Solomon (talk|edits) said:

8 February 2013
His exegesis of eschatology is lacking. 666 was Nero.

Gazoo (talk|edits) said:

8 February 2013
A man this dedicated has been called to preach. He needs to spend 40 days in the desert in lieu of attending preacher school, and then he can hit the pulpit.

Death&Taxes (talk|edits) said:

8 February 2013
Here I thought you were posting about our latest weather related event (it is raining here south of Toms River, not snowing yet)

MP-JD-LLM (talk|edits) said:

28 February 2013
Mathematically, then, 333 is only half evil. Would 1332 be double trouble?

Irrationally speaking, it follows that 25.806975801127880315188420605149 is the square root of evil.

Would the square root of -443,556 mean that the antichrist is imaginary?

CrowJD (talk|edits) said:

28 February 2013
I've been in the part-time ministry now 40 years. Forty years stuck teaching the teen achiever and unwed mother Sunday school classes at my Church and not a single raise. You can imagine the continuing education I've had to take in all that time, and not one thing has changed in the Bible. Still the same old Bible every time we go in for a new class. I'm ready for some of this prophesy to be fulfilled.

It's hard to keep crying out for the Kingdom in the wilderness when no beast ever comes around the corner with 666 marked on his head!

I did receive a reward one time from the church and a $50 gift certificate for keeping the membership up in our unwed mother class. I've had the best membership numbers in the state for 15 years. I told the senior minister that if he would just keep introducing me to the new young ladies in the congregation, I'd make sure they ended up in the unwed mothers class sooner or later.

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