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Disgusting. Don't buy it.

 

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5 minutes ago, Bull of the Woods said:

It's a joke 

Sorry ... missed the satire indicator. Thanks!

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2 minutes ago, Dok said:

Sorry ... missed the satire indicator. Thanks!

Frankly, and unfortunately the reason the joke works is it's not that far off some of today's reality

in Christian media.

In my humble opinion.

 

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5 hours ago, Bull of the Woods said:

Frankly, and unfortunately the reason the joke works is it's not that far off some of today's reality

in Christian media.

In my humble opinion.

 

That's the point of 'satire' - it is believable! 

 

I like the Babylon Bee and I believe satire to be an effective tool - but just as overuse of a knife blunts the edge so does overuse of satire and sadly that is the case with it today - it makes us laugh but it does not strike the target partly because it is overused, and partly because don't 'think' anymore, they 'feel.' We, in the west, are raising a generation of 'feelers' not 'thinkers' - critical and rational thought are out of the window.  

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