So excited I could just spew!

Finally, we nailed that Eugene Peterson idiot. You know that guy who re-wrote the bible then dared to call it The Message! Yes, Finally Ken Silva has caught him in a quote supporting Lectio Divina*(Notice the Assterisk)!:

Lectio Divina is a way of reading the Scriptures that is congruent with the way the Scriptures serve the Christian community as a witness to God’s revelation of himself to us. It is the wise guidance developed through the centuries of devout Bible reading to discipline us, the readers of Scripture, into appropriate ways of understanding and receiving this text so that it is formative for the way we live our lives, not merely making an impression on our minds or feelings.

It intends the reading of Scripture to be a permeation of our lives by the revelation of God. Reading the Bible, if we do not do it rightly, can get us into a lot of trouble. The Christian community is as concerned with how we read the Bible as that we read it. It is not sufficient to place a Bible in a person’s hands with the command, “Read it.” (81)

Yes we all know that reading the Bible in a deep and contemplative way is wrong… Show me one verse in the bible we are told to meditate on God’s Word… I dare you… find only one!

Ken Silva really nails Peterson who made millions on The Message who now Ken Silva proves tells everyone to not read the bible. In fact if you watched the video, Peterson does not deny being the author of the Bible and states God used common language… and that the KJV was bad!

Good job on your research to our Affectionate Uncle Ken Silva! He is a top notch research guy!


* (Note that heretic and idiot farce of a wannabe grown up who calls himself “iggy” teaches this heresy so it must be wrong!)


4 Responses to So excited I could just spew!

  1. Benjamin Ady says:

    The thing that is *really* difficult to believe is that Ken Silva’s article, which you link, is not *also* a spoof. I go back and forth–is he serious? No, surely, he’s spoofing. Surely surely surely. Hmmmm. No–but he really seems serious. hmmmm. Just can’t decide.


  2. truthslayer says:

    I spewed twice, once for my own outrage….and once for others who may have forgotten to spew.


  3. tina says:

    I am a little confused about your site, but the word meditate is actually listed in Psalm 1:2 He meditated day and night???

    Are you against lectio divina? I am one who uses this style along with studying the word. I am closer to God and His word???

    Look forward to your email?


  4. itodyaso says:


    Scroll to the top of this page… look at the first box on the top… read it.

    Just in case you can’t find it… this is what it states:

    Dude! This is a satire site!
    Before you get all bent out of shape, please realize this is a satire site spoofing the so-called “discernment ministries” who deem themselves more worthy of Grace than the rest of us. So read and have fun! BTW, we are not against “good” discernment ministries that do actual real research and extend grace to others, only the bad ones.


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