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Monday, February 27, 2006

Pat Robertson Magic Eight Ball

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Ooh, boy. I really really want one!

Posted by: Peter Hamm | Feb 27, 2006 10:05:15 AM

Should have saved this one 'til Friday. My 9 year old nephew just got one and we tried it out. Gave the same answers to the questions Pat has been giving... Must be of God!!!

Posted by: Jay 2.1 | Feb 27, 2006 10:16:36 AM

Don't worry... I've got a funnier one waiting for Friday! :)


Posted by: Todd Rhoades | Feb 27, 2006 10:18:35 AM

I think Todd should come up with his own eight ball for us bloggers. We could ask it questions such as , am I sticking to the article or am I getting off track?, does this post line up with blogging rules?, Have I mentioned mega churches one too many times?, etc.. The answers could be yes, no or let Todd decide! :]Maybe this would be the answer for blogging debates! ;]

Posted by: ld | Feb 27, 2006 1:08:17 PM


Is their any difference between the Pat Robertson 8-ball and the Megachurch game? In other words, is it Okay to have fun at expense of Pat and the meaning behind the game and not have fun at the meaning behind the Megachurch game or vice versa? I am all for discussion about Pat Robertson (his comments, ministry, etc..) and I am all for discussion about the issues surrounding Megachurches or just the state of the Church in general. I am sure there will be great discussion about the 8-ball game, some defending Pat and some not.

I rarely post a comment, but I read your blog everyday. I like hearing from both sides of the issues you present. I am not, though, a fan of when the comments become rude. I would love to read some comments about my questions.

Also Todd, I enjoy your blog and am thankful you provide this service. Sometimes when I read some of the comments, I feel like I am back in a Systematic Theology class...still asking questions, still discovering what is my theology.

Kenny, an ole dog who can still learn a few tricks

Posted by: kenny | Feb 27, 2006 7:21:53 PM

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