Friday, November 18, 2005

What 'biblioblogging' is all about

I'm ill and a bit fed up.

So it was nice to be cheered-up a bit by reading Ben Myers' amusing mention of the demon-possessed lettuce, not to forget Michael Pahl's post on the exciting new B.O.O.K technology. And if all of this wasn't enough, my dear friend with a bad hair-cut posts some thought-provoking musings, proving he isn't just shallow, on Star-Trek. Finally, Mike Sangrey documents the soon-to-be-released Neologism Inspired Version of the bible – at long last a perfect bible without any interpretive errors at all (though one wonders what he will do with all of the MS variants). However, once again I must thank Ben's Faith and Theology for drawing my attention to the last – and by doing so demonstrates that his blog is touching new areas of theological and philosophical depth.


At 11/19/2005 12:53 AM, Blogger Ben Myers said...

Sorry to hear you're unwell, Chris, but I'm glad my blog was able to cheer you up a little with its profundity.

I love this picture. And it settles once and for all the difficult question that scholars have so long debated: were demon-possessed lettuces simply a reflection of an ancient worldview, or can lettuces still be demon-possessed today?

At 11/20/2005 12:13 AM, Blogger Chris Tilling said...



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