My Beef with Jesus [Dan Collins]
I realize that the Triduum is the most important event in the liturgical calendar, and as many of you know, I’m a pretty passionate follower of Jesus the Nazarene. What really bothers me, though (thanks to Karl for pointing this out) is very aptly expressed by Rich Moran, here, where he assumes the Good Friday position.
From now on, if I feel the urge to bash Limbaugh or other righties who speak for conservatives, I will play The Glad Game and find the good in everything. No more piling on to curry favor with the left. No more envious rants against people who make more money than I do and who have made a success of their lives. No more being a tedious moron. No more Miss Fowler. No more elitism. No more RINO stuff. No more aping my liberal brother to whom I have shamelessly hitched my blog star and whose name I constantly invoke in order to feel important . And no more attempts to get links from big blogs by deliberately being provocative, knowing that it will be a real career builder.
See, this made me realize that this sacrifice of the God-Man for human atonement was just Jesus’s passive-aggressive way of lashing out at Satan.
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Crucifixion, Pieter Breughel (the cruxifixee in the background is Rick Moran, per steph in comments)