Easter’s just Easter. Eggs, bunnies, and ham dinner. Preachers rant about resurrection. Catholics and Lutherans make a season of it. But, they’re not real Christians. At least, I’m sure, the Catholics aren’t.
Christmas, that’s a real holiday. Every business plays carols and decorates; TV runs unending versions of “A Christmas Carol” and that Charlie Brown show. How could you not be spiritually moved?
If Christians— and I mean real Christians— are going to save Easter, they need some major help. Maybe the church leaders should turn this thing over to the business community, and we might be able to save it.
I'm not sure how to take this one, Jim. Is the narrator reliable or unreliable?ReplyDelete
Naw, all the business community would do would be to figure out how to make money at it.ReplyDelete
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if by reliable you mean honest, i think they are being honest. if you mean someone i'd trust & respect, probably not.ReplyDelete
How do you define "real christian?"ReplyDelete
to clarify: this is fiction, satirical fiction.ReplyDelete
there is no such a think as an easter bunny. it's the easter "beagle"!ReplyDelete
brother, do i havta tell you everything!
thanks, i need all the help i can get.ReplyDelete