Some Christians will not find this funny. But I did.By Jeremy Myers 28 Comments Some Christians might not think this is funny, but I do…42shares Comments Ben Fullerton Level: Genesis Hahahaha. That is so perfect.Reply Mark Pixley Level: Genesis Thats cute but it really enforces the idea that the only thing on Gods mind is holiness codes…it was kid of funny but the underlying theology does not soften because you laughed..Reply Redeeming God Level: Genesis Good point. I almost made a little addendum to the post with that very thought in it, but decided against it. Glad you made the point.Despite what most people think (and many churches teach) God is not in the sin management business.Reply jonathon Level: Genesis >really enforces the idea that the only thing on Gods mind is holiness codesSpend some time (OK, a lot of time) studying the holiness codes, and trying to figure out why they say what they say.There is a very subtle theme that runs through them.Reply Pastor J Level: Genesis Is that the theme identified by Lord Jesus to ‘the rich man asking about the greatest commandment’ (I think his name was Nicodemus)?Reply Roger Fankhauser Level: Genesis This one didReply Cheryl C Initial Level: Genesis This one didn’tReply Phil Tyler Level: Genesis It’s funny but theological claptrap.Reply Kris Shiplet Level: Genesis It makes it look like Jesus was upset that the verdict was death. The Gospels reveal it was the very reason why He came. Not funny and not Biblically accurate.Reply Pastor J Level: Genesis We all have to die (eventually). Does that make “death” the very reason we are here? Does that make anybody ‘want’ to die?Reply Johnthomas Level: Genesis haha! This is epic. Just brilliant… Loved it thanks!Reply JohnThomas Roseberry Level: Genesis Haha I thought it was awesome. 🙂Reply Miriam Odurukwe Level: Genesis FunnyReply Alabama Independent Level: Genesis Whether it is funny or not, it is the simplest explanation of God’s Word to us and of us His love for us!Reply Dennis Miller Level: Genesis I think it’s funny. History repeats itself and God keeps shaking His head and going “guys…” He is the ultimate example of grace and longsuffering.Reply Min Huang Level: Genesis FunnyyyyyyReply Mark McIntyre Level: Genesis This is a somewhat humorous distortion. I’m in the kinda funny but not helpful camp on this one.Reply Pastor J Level: Genesis ‘not helpful’ to the legalistic theologians, but HELPFUL as a reminder of the lesson of ‘Simon Peter Walking on the Water to Jesus’ (popularized by a famous Christian-Rock song “Walk on Water”).Reply Mark McIntyre Level: Genesis One can be theologically accurate without being legalistic . . . While this is humorous it misrepresents why Jesus came. I borrow from Ravi Zacharias who said, “Jesus did not come make bad people good, he came to make dead people live.”Reply Tony Level: Genesis “Jesus did not come make bad people good, he came to make dead people live.”I like that. Superb.Reply Padre217 Level: Genesis Haha. I’m thinking that establishing “camps” for a clear attempt at humor is exactly what makes simplifying scripture feel refreshing.Reply Suzanne from Belfast Level: Genesis Loved it.Reply Pastor J Level: Genesis If I call myself a ‘troll,’ does that make it okay for others to? …… Anyway …Did the poster ‘ask’ not to be named, or is it just “standard courtesy” to black-out his/her/their/its name?If you ask if you can tell us where you got it, and they say yes; will you edit it to give us a by-line on it?Reply Brad Jersak Level: Genesis I did the things! This was pretty good.Reply Aaron Dudfield Level: Genesis loool.Reply Dave Child Level: Genesis Guys…Reply Chuck McKnight Level: Genesis Ha!Reply Matthew Richardson Level: Genesis Things ? What things ? I know noThing. I see noThing.ReplyLeave a Comment or Question Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Don't subscribeAllReplies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e-mail.You can also subscribe without commenting. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.