De-Baptism Certificates are a good thing

make_it_official_click_here_to_get_your_very_own_certificate_of_debaptismI like to know who the godless heathen are. And I sure as shit don’t want godless heathen masquerading as Christians just to get elected, as our very own Rookie President did. 

More than 100,000 Britons have recently downloaded “certificates of de-baptism” from the Internet to renounce their Christian faith.”  

Hell, I’d like to start going “church” to “church” with a shitload of them myself: Episcopalian “church”? Check. Obama’s ex-“church”? Check. Unitarian “church”? Check. (Although I have no idea whether Unitarians even believe in baptism, or anything for that matter.) Catholic church. Check.  Presbyterian, Lutheran and Baptist churches, check check CHECK!  I’m not saying that there are no real Christians in any church. THAT determination is up to God alone. But I am saying that there are a shitload of phony “Christians” in almost every church. And they–along with “back-sliders” like me–give Christianity a bad name.  So the more that we can encourage fake bastards to admit that they ain’t really Christians, the better off this world will be. I’m just sayin. So here, shitheads, get your debaptism certificate and knock yourself out!

UPDATE: Will somebody nearer to Blacksburg deliver a debaptism certificate to this fag preacher mentioned in “From on High“? There is a special place in hell for those who not only glory in their sin, but who teach others that their sin is not really sin.  After you sign your certificate, dude, just go die.

One response to “De-Baptism Certificates are a good thing

  1. This blog’s great!! Thanks :).

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