Christianity Has Given Up on Jesus and Gone to the Dogs

There’s evidence that Christianity has given up on Jesus and has gone to the dogs.  For example, there’s Canines for Christ and Kingdom Dog Ministries.  The Lutheran Church has a dog ministry.  Dogs, rather than Jesus or clerics standing in for The Dead God Alive, are sent to victims of disasters, mourners, grieving children, patients in hospice care, jail inmates,  and others in distress to provide, as the promoters of  ministering dogs put it, “comfort“.   This is blasphemy and, as Dante promises in the Inferno, Seventh Circle, Third Ring, blasphemers suffer in a barren plain of sand ignited by flakes of fire.  But there’s hope!  To avoid this sand and fire, all dog ministry people have to do is follow the  Hippo Saint and pick up and read The Christian Fiction.  Then, they’ll find that comfort comes NOT FROM DOGS  but from Jehovah/Jesus/Holy Spirit and Three-In-One stand-ins, such as Old Testament/Torah prophets and New Testament Saul/Paul and other Jesus disciples:

Verily, verily, “He [Jehovah, NOT DOGS]  heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.”  (The Christian Fiction, Psalm 147:3)

Verily, verily, “‘Comfort, yes, [stand-ins for Jehovah, NOT DOGS] comfort My people!’ says your God.”. (The Christian Fiction, Isaiah 40:1)

 Verily, Verily, “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted [NOT BY DOGS, but by Any One, Two, Or Three of the Three-In-One or Any Combination Thereof].”  (The Christian Fiction, Matthew 5:4)

 “Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I [NOT DOGS] will give you rest.” (The Christian Fiction, Matthew 11:28)

“For whatever things were written before were written for our learning, that we through the patience and comfort of the Scriptures [NOT DOGS] might have hope.” (The Christian Fiction, Romans 15:4)

“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God [NOT DOGS] of all comfort.” (The Christian Fiction, 2 Corinthians 1:3)

When you go to the dogs you leave Christianity.


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George Beam is an educator and author. The perspectives that inform his interpretations of the topics of this blog–-as well as his other writings and university courses -–are system analysis, behaviorism, and Internet effects. Specific interests include quality management, methodology, and politics. He is Associate Professor Emeritus, Department of Public Administration; Affiliated Faculty, Department of Political Science; and, previously, Head, Department of Public Administration, University of Illinois at Chicago
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3 Responses to Christianity Has Given Up on Jesus and Gone to the Dogs

  1. You go where you can to seek shelter from the storms and battles of the day to regain your peace of mind. All the boomers know that God is an anagram for Dog. So if it’s one or the other or both that’s just fine for now.

    Most tune to sports now but I can get there listening to music: Gil Evans, Thad Jones, Cannonball, Herbie Hancock and many more. This art is real, the result of creativity and hard work, seemingly old-fashioned concepts.

    All three of the fictional rule books (Christianity, Judaism and Islam) we’re written from many oral folk tales, during the same time period in world history, for control and unification of the population. And all from the same neighborhood, the Middle East. Now the Western world has morphed to religion “lite” (while the Mosques are thriving).

    How all of this resolves is unknown. Many will ignore as much as possible for as long as possible and just get a dog for now..

  2. Pingback: Hypocrisy In Christianity | George Beam's Blog

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