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In keeping with my leitmotif, random, I bring you today’s post. You have Larry Carter to blame thank for it. I read his post when it hit my inbox last night, and it inspired me! (Go read Larry’s fine blog, and leave a comment or two).

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If you think Harry Potter is the devil, you might be a Fundamentalist.

If you call the NIV the “Not Included Version,” you might be a fundamentalist. (TNIV=”Today’s Not Included Version”).

If your church is like the Blues Brothers, and has both kinds–Southern and Baptist–you might be a Fundamentalist.

If you call your baptistry a “cement pond,” you might be a fundamentalist who watches too much Beverly Hillbillies.

If you decry the theology of the foot-washing Freewill Baptists as being “too liberal,” you might be a Fundamentalist who hates cleanliness. But you just know there’s something wrong about serving communion immediately following a foot washing.

If your choice of Bible is like Highlander (“There can be only one”), the KJV, you might be a Fundamentalist. And just like that fine movie, no worthy sequels to the KJV have ever been produced, either.

If you believe that the unseen movers and shakers behind Hollywood, Scientology, chemtrails, the Obama presidency, and Ke$ha’s inexplicable success go by the name “Illuminati,” you might be a Fundamentalist.

Remember: “a merry heart doeth good like a medicine.” (That’s from the KJV, yo). 😉 Thanks for reading!

What about you? Might you be a Fundamentalist? Drop it like it’s hot in the comments below:

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Since this is my first Leap Day as a blogger (over 300-odd posts into this thing, & it’s my first), and I didn’t really take the time to map out a game plan, I thought I’d turn on the Wayback Machine and highlight a couple of random things from the past year.

Since I’m “RandomlyChad,” and all, here is your first ever (and possibly only) “Random Bag O’Crap:”

First up is a series of posts about the intersection of art and life:

Of Life, Art, & the Artist. That’s the first in the series, and it repeated for about six, or so, weeks. It wasn’t widely read, but Jeff Goins said he liked it, so there’s that.

Another thing I did prior to my late Fall hiatus was Wednesday Haterade. It was (I thought) a fun, unique way to highlight the work of other bloggers by “hating” on them. That series is here:

Wednesday Haterade.

Other than those two series, there were a lot of “random” posts about: life, the universe, and everything. (Yes, I’m 42, and no it doesn’t feel like much of an answer to much of anything). <--read Douglas Adams's hilarious The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy for context.

And other than that, I’m a slow starter in the mornings (yes, Virginia, there are things I could do differently) [read that as: I’M NOT A MORNING PERSON, and as such I’ve made my son late for school on far too many occasions. Please pray for grace for me, because I have sleep apnea, and mornings are hard when one doesn’t rest. Thanks!

Before I’m done, let me open the floor to you:

If you’ve read my blog at all over the past year (or do), I’d love some feedback. Anything I’ve done well? Let me know. Anything I’ve done poorly? If I’m a horrible human being, let me know about that, too (I guess–I’m afraid). I’m opening the floor to you: give me the truth straight up, no chaser, in the comments below.

Thanks!

Blessings to you,

Chad

20120229-114006.jpg

Since this is my first Leap Day as a blogger (over 300-odd posts into this thing, & it’s my first), and I didn’t really take the time to map out a game plan, I thought I’d turn on the Wayback Machine and highlight a couple of random things from the past year.

Since I’m “RandomlyChad,” and all, here is your first ever (and possibly only) “Random Bag O’Crap:”

First up is a series of posts about the intersection of art and life:

Of Life, Art, & the Artist. That’s the first in the series, and it repeated for about six, or so, weeks. It wasn’t widely read, but Jeff Goins said he liked it, so there’s that.

Another thing I did prior to my late Fall hiatus was Wednesday Haterade. It was (I thought) a fun, unique way to highlight the work of other bloggers by “hating” on them. That series is here:

Wednesday Haterade.

Other than those two series, there were a lot of “random” posts about: life, the universe, and everything. (Yes, I’m 42, and no it doesn’t feel like much of an answer to much of anything). <--read Douglas Adams's hilarious The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy for context.

And other than that, I’m a slow starter in the mornings (yes, Virginia, there are things I could do differently) [read that as: I’M NOT A MORNING PERSON, and as such I’ve made my son late for school on far too many occasions. Please pray for grace for me, because I have sleep apnea, and mornings are hard when one doesn’t rest. Thanks!

Before I’m done, let me open the floor to you:

If you’ve read my blog at all over the past year (or do), I’d love some feedback. Anything I’ve done well? Let me know. Anything I’ve done poorly? If I’m a horrible human being, let me know about that, too (I guess–I’m afraid). I’m opening the floor to you: give me the truth straight up, no chaser, in the comments below.

Thanks!

Blessings to you,

Chad

[Upon discussion with those closest to me, I’ve decided that this post represents a huge satire fail. As such, I’ve removed it.]