FRC Wants You on Your Knees After Marriage Rulings


The Family Research Council is planning a big event for June 30. They call it Call 2 Fall, as in fall on your knees. And on Wednesday they said, “Today’s High Court decisions only magnify the desperate need for God’s people to embrace His Call2Fall in 2 Chr 7:14. May our repentance be sincere as we seek God’s face across America this Sunday, June 30th!” Here’s the logo for the event:

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Yes, after the Supreme Court handed down one of the most important victories for gay rights in the nation’s history, the FRC wants you on your knees. Seems appropriate.

Comments

  1. dingojack says

    FRC Wants You on Your Knees After Marriage Rulings
    And while you’re down there…..
    Dingo

  2. Curt Cameron says

    Like Cartman sang,

    “I want to get down on my knees and start pleasing Jesus
    I want to feel his salvation all over my face.”

  3. says

    I can’t decide whether that figure on the side demands photoshopping into sexual situations or getting beaten by a jesus figure wielding a shepherds crook.

  4. anubisprime says

    They are so blissfully unaware of their own pompousness that they lose the ability to see irony or even very badly considered suggestive graphics when their righteousness confuses them with ego induced dumbness!

  5. Yellow Thursday says

    Christians already talk about prostrating themselves before God. Or is that “prostate”? I keep getting those confused.

  6. John Pieret says

    Being a Talibangelical means never having to say, much less understand, the word ‘irony’.

  7. oranje says

    Why is the FRC encouraging a Muslim call to prayer? Or are pews shaped differently now than I remember?

  8. Larry says

    I guess all that prayin’ didn’t work. Here we are 2 days later and the ruling hasn’t been reversed, prop 8 is still dead, and lots of Teh Gayz have been signing up to get married. And I haven’t seen any news reports of a mightily displeased sky pixie sending tornados to destroy Oklahoma or Kansas in retribution.

    Imagine that.

  9. bbgunn says

    Larry @ 12

    And I haven’t seen any news reports of a mightily displeased sky pixie sending tornados to destroy Oklahoma or Kansas in retribution.

    Their god is too busy burning up the southwest with the 100F+ temps because Gov. Brewer pushed onto the citizens of Arizona the evil Obama’s ‘un-murikan’ Medicaid expansion. Many of us are aware that their deity can’t multi-task or shoot straight.

  10. bmiller says

    Given the…creepy…subtext in many “Christian Contemporary” songs, I think the Cartman song might be appropriate, actually.

  11. Pierce R. Butler says

    Curt Cameron @ # 3: I want to feel his salvation all over my face.

    Please re-read the original post: our hyperchristian friends are “seek[ing] God’s face”. (Maybe they don’t like to do their thing with the light on.)

    In which case, they need to redraw that graphic to include a long white beard.

  12. baal says

    My first association with fall in the xtian context is The Fall from Grace. The red color invokes hell (which is firey). So I’m getting a mixed message from the billboard.

  13. typecaster says

    Spider Robinson once wrote a short story called “God is an Iron”. Along the lines of, someone who commits a felony is a felon.

  14. busterggi says

    If you have to say, “I’m in” then you aren’t just feeling inadequate.

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