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  1. says

    no no MAtheist she should pray to god to get rid of that issue. He will help her with her burning bush which she probably got from unprotected sex due to her following the advice of the infallible Catholic Church.

  2. says

    Funny but the title was likely in reference to the burning bush described in the book of Exodus(3:1-21) as being located on Mount Horeb. The bush was on fire but not in flames, hence the plants name. The burning bush is the location at which Moses was appointed to God to lead the Israelites out of Egypt and into Canaan according to wikipedia.Yeah, I wonder if she purposely named it that to get the attention of the readers?

  3. says

    I thought I was going to be original making a STD joke…So is it about herpes, chlamydia, good old syphillis? Should have been called "my genital journey".

  4. says

    Just like the crass minds of atheists to draw inspiration from the gutter. Clear evidence that the divine emissions from NG Hilton's burning bush have yet to grace our heads.P.S. Honest_Guy87110: Are you being serious? Did you think people didn't know that?

  5. says

    here is a podcast short story about a burning bush where god starts speaking out of a woman's pubeshttp://escapepod.org/2005/09/22/ep020-the-burning-bush/i know it sounds random, but listen to it, it's funny as hell

  6. says

    This just made my (rather crappy) Sunday morning. Thank you for this – I need to find a way to add it to my standard vocabulary. "Oh you know, I saw this movie and felt very inspired. It became my burning bush for the day."I guess I could say that My Burning Bush became my burning bush for today.

  7. says

    Hey! That's playing right now at the Charles Art Theater! Our current attraction is "My Burning Bush.We have shows daily at 2,4,6,8 and 10:00! Children under twelve, a dollar fifty!(Someone here has to get that)

  8. says

    Oh come on! Can one be that naive? She HAS to know what thought that title elicits. I mean, she just can't be that naive. I…refuse to accept that.

  9. Rupert Lawn says

    Since the invention of the printing press non-fictional literature has been used for the dissemination of the Christian message, and also for disseminating different viewpoints within Christianity. The tract (a small pamphlet containing an explanation of some point, or an appeal to the reader) was in use at the time of the Reformation and continues to be used as a part of proselytization.*

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