Monday, October 6, 2003

Constants of the Religious Continuum

There are three inescapable, immutable constants to the Religious Continuum. No one knows precisely where they originated, but their existence, and unchanging nature, is ongoing, irrefutable, unassailable, and eternal.
  1. The first Constant of the Religious Continuum is that the Jewish people do not recognize that Jesus of Nazareth is the prophesied Messiah.

  2. The second Constant of the Religious Continuum is that the many Protestant denominations do not recognize that the Pope is the infallible source of God's wisdom here on earth.

  3. The third Constant of the Religious Continuum is that Mennonites do not recognize each other while purchasing alcoholic beverages at Hooter's.
You are here-by enlightened.

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