we kick evangelical buttAs part of their “Behold Your God” campaign, Jews for Jesus are planning an evangelical blitz on the streets of Washington DC. Described as the largest evangelistic effort in Washington in the 31-year history of the organization, Jews for Jesus has been training scores of jobless zombie freaks evangelists for months in preparation for this retarded waste of time and paper unprecedented effort. “Behold Your God” will run from August 18 to September 18 and will feature a full media campaign as well as street corner evangelists in brightly colored Jews for Jesus t-shirts.

I’m thinking of sending our own specially trained “evangelical” team. Wearing distinctive t-shirts, I can assure you they won’t be handing out any fliers… For anyone in the DC area interested in a more conventional response to the Jews for Jesus campaign, “A series of counterevangelism meetings is scheduled for Aug. 16 at the Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Northern Virginia in Fairfax, Aug. 17 at the JCC of Greater Washington in Rockville and Aug. 23 at the JCC in the District.”

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  • For the sheer hell of it and for background material for a satire I am writing off and on, I used to kibbitz on their web site, but it was like arguing with pinheads – boring and futile.

    There is a web site http://www.convert.org/ that is much more interesting. For their successes and ours we gain in average IQ, they lose. But this is the least of our gains. I have met several converts, not just by marriage, and we gain.

  • errrr…what? That was the most confusing paragraph I have read in a long time. And I have to grade undergraduate papers…

  • hmm, that does not sound so bad. I’ve allways wondered what the majority of the jewish population had to say about that Jew! …Considering the fact that we live in the culture greatly shaped by what he had to say, it would not heard to at least try to read what he had to say! New Testament is quite readable coparing so some other Writings (like Quran).

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