Saturday, November 21, 2009

Welcome to The Manhattan Declaration Blog!

Regular readers of my vitally important ministry blog GAFCON - the Most Biblically Orthodox Conservative site on the entire Internet - will know how much I abhor people attempting to raise their public profile by trading on other Christians' name and reputation.

Equally terrible is when insignificant and Doctrinally Suspect ministries register blogspot versions of famous Conservative domain names, which they then use for the purpose of ridiculing those dedicated to preserving ancient principles of injustice, discrimination, and hatred.

That's why I, in conjunction with the St. Onuphrius' Ministry Team, have taken the strategic decision to register The Manhattan Declaration. After all, as the girls of my multicultural Pole-Dancers Fellowship always say, "the early bird catches the worm" (at least I think that's what they're saying translates into), and I know how disappointed Dearly Beloved Sinners everywhere would be if some lesser Bible-Believer than myself were to get hold of this blog name.

What we'll ultimately do here has still to be decided: at this point I'm thinking this site might end up providing a nice job for Big Peter Akinola once his successor is finally able to evict him from the Bishop's palace in Abuja, but we'll have to see. Perhaps the Lord might instead direct us to use it for something worthwhile, such as selling merchandise and paraphernalia. Does anyone think there might be a market for ACNA (American Christian Nudist Association) baseball caps?

I'm Father Christian and I teach the Bible.

9 comments:

  1. Dear Father. Thank you so much for your constant and consistent witness to GAFCON truth and indefatigable efforts in its behalf. I did wonder, will you be moving to Atlanta to further your ministry in this noble cause? I noticed that both the AAC and the DeMoss Group are based there and thought you might wish to tighten economic bonds and enjoy social networking opportunities there. I feel quite certain, looking at the signatories to the Declaration that Bishop Anderson played an important part although this seems a Colson project, remembered so well for the part he played in protecting and securing the sanctity of the tenant of executive privilege during the Nixon administration. But then again, from the signatories, there do seem opportunities in the Colorado Springs area as well. Although funding opportunities may be a little complex right now, due to some little bru-ha-ha involving The Rev. Donald Armstrong, with effort I am sure that your evangelical brethren will do all they can to provide the economic support for "The Manhattan Declaration"

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  2. What a wonderful addition to the Manhatan series, The Manhatan project, bringing so much joy to so many..The Manhatan Declaration on Global Warming proving that CO2 is our friend and the international scientific community's allegation that too much might be dangerous, pure balderdash, and now the new declaration insuring true freedom of religious expression for all. Are franchise opportunities available. I am hoping for the Enron Manhatan declaration on shared energy resources...The Manhatan Standard Oil memorial declaration on a free economy, The Manhatan Uganda/Nigeria initiative Declaration on cultural and religious minorites. The possibilities are endless.

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  3. I still think this could simply be a place for bible quotes and good liquor. Alternatively, perhaps a musical/movie production site. Or alternatively again, a research center for all the latest flat earth society issues.

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  4. Dear Father Christian,

         Have you thought of registering "http://vatican.blogspot.com"? I have no doubt Benny would find it amusing!

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  5. I´m always thrilled to be taken. Thank you so much, Dr. Christian Troll, for yet another opportunity to follow where learned fruitcakes fear to go.

    Every moment I feel anticipated with your greatness.

    Gilroy Sebastapol

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  6. Good work, Father!

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  7. Oops, above I wrote tenant for tenet ...how embarrassing.... Forgiveness needed....But, of course, Father, that is your specialty.

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  8. Good on you for getting the name first.

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  9. Thank goodness that such a stout Biblical Warrior as yourself is staying on top of things!

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