Discernmentalist Record Of The Day: cAlvin And The ChipmOnks

Calvinandthechipmunks

New record out based on that old hit show

cAlvin and the Chipmunks was a popular children’s cartoon that aired on Nickelodeon. Based loosely on the cAlvin Show from 20 years earlier, this cartoon has many cross overs with iCarly, for no apparent reason. Additionally, the title format is similar to that of iCarly, and the show is set at in the 2080’s A.D. in a newt dominated world, like the contemporary seasons of iCarly.

cAlvin, Simon, (later replaced by Chippy) and Theodore, three Protestant chipmunks, try to balance their musical careers with their primary goal of reforming the church along Calvinistic lines, and fighting the squirrel Pope. Their musical careers are managed by a man called Dave Seville, who, although sympathetic to cAlvin’s theological goals, is primarily concerned with the music business.

 

Truthslayer wanted me to remind you that all Discernmentalists should listen to this  record. It brings a tear to my eye back in the days when Doctrines were Pure! Todd Friel got his start on the show playing Dave and is on this record. My favorite episode is:

             iExile Chippy for Heresy 

cAlvin and Theodore become suspicious of Chippy’s theological leanings. cAlvin calmly confronts Chippy about these issues, but Chippy boldly proclaims himself to be an Arminian, and denounces cAlvin, Theodore, and even their rival Marty as fatalists. Despite much pleading, Chippy refuses to accept the reformed position, and is eventually banished from Geneva. Meanwhile, Spencer builds a sculpture unmolested because Chippy is too involved in a heresy trial to steal Spencer’s tools.

 

Now Truthslayer and I must be off to exile some more heretics.

Don Jobson—Exiling Heretical Youth leaders.

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One Response to Discernmentalist Record Of The Day: cAlvin And The ChipmOnks

  1. truthslayer says:

    Sigh, I remember when Todd got his start with Calvin and the Chipmunks…the golden era of discernmentalism.

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