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The Stuff Christians Like Apocalypse

posted by Jason Boyett

To those of you who are now arriving here thanks to my apocalyptic guest post today on Stuff Christians Like, welcome. Pull up a vintage yellow 1960s chair and look around.

Before you look around, though, please tell me who you are.

You might also be interested in these posts, which are some of my favorites:
iPhone Apps I’d Like to See
Dogs + Airbrushing = Awesome
A Rant: Noah’s Ark and Scary Bibles
A Rant: Christian Parody Shirts
Nine Thousand Fifty-Three
Watch Me Decode the Past!

And you might also want to read “The Prodigal Fun,” an article I wrote for the December issue of Collide. It features a mini-profile of Jon and SCL.

If you’re a regular reader of this blog and you’re bored already, then you can head over to Stuff Christians Like and read my guest post on why Christians get so happy about the potential demise of civilization, and how that happiness tends to express itself.

That’s all. Thanks, Mr. Acuff.



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Nick the Geek

posted January 30, 2009 at 8:41 am


just want to say great job over at SCL



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Travis Thompson

posted January 30, 2009 at 12:42 pm


My favorite thing about the SCL post is I can actually read the whole thing in Google Reader…



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Marni

posted January 30, 2009 at 1:42 pm


Funny, funny, super funny stuff on SCL today :) Thanks for the laugh!



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Catherine

posted January 30, 2009 at 2:00 pm


Great post on SCL. I actually read The Pocket Guide to the Apocalypse last year, but never got around to checking out your site – bad me! So, now I’m going to be a regular reader in all my massive amounts of spare time. Thanks.



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Helen

posted January 30, 2009 at 2:33 pm


I think my favorite line was actually your comment about it being a pain to get the tatoo changed. That was good. Really good.WV myonispr- the name of the antibiotic given to the guy who had the six changed to a one on his tattoo.



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