Milwaukee, Wisconsin is the site of the first ever Legalistic Christian Blogging Festival. Their where can you buy nolvadex, acquire Zoloft. website when are you ovulating, cheap lioresal. describes it this way.

A blogging gripe party with a greater purpose: to bring people together from the world-over to nit-pick and criticize their brothers in Christ. This is the kind of entertainment event the world needs more of in a most urgent way. Fresh, energetic criticisms to lift away the cares of the times and remind us that there is so much fun to be had as we bash those who dare to go out into the world and love the lost, rather than just tell them they’re going to hell. “Vengeance is mine, saith the Lord”, and since we are the Lord’s hands and feet on earth, we will seek it for him.

Yes, the world needs legalistic Christian Bloggers in a “most urgent way”. As we stand knee deep in the blood of 46 milion aborted American children, and as the foundations of our nation shudder and heave, Christians need a nit-pick, nit-pick, nit-picking revolution. Friends, the true church of Jesus Christ is not interested in blogging at this late hour. This is no time for podcasting. This is a time for repentance and contrition and prayer.

(For those of you who don’t pick up the satire, follow this link. I can hear Michal’s ghost laughing at the company she’s keeping.)


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18 Comments so far

  1. Chris L. on August 24, 2006 10:14 pm

    Before you email me, please understand that I DON’T believe what is written above – it is satire (demonstrating the absurd through absurdity).

    This is a mirror-image post of Ingrid’s criticism of a Christian Dance Festival.

  2. Ken Silva on August 25, 2006 1:14 am


    “the true church of Jesus Christ is not interested in blogging at this late hour.” Pardon me Chris, but aren’t you blogging to tell us you’re not interested in blogging?

  3. Chris L. on August 25, 2006 1:33 am


    Please re-read my comment above and the last one on the post in question. I am engaging in satire – showing that “blogging” can be criticized just as much as “dancing” if you use the what else could those people be doing? methodology so prevalent on Slice.

    Satire. I will assume you understand what satire is and that you just missed it.

    Since direct requests to have you & Ingrid scale back your incindiary methods seem to fall on deaf ears, I thought that perhaps demonstrating for you what this appears like might work.

  4. Ken Silva on August 25, 2006 1:55 am

    You stated “Since direct requests…” And who might have been making these “direct requests?”

  5. Chris L. on August 25, 2006 2:01 am

    For starters, how about the multiple requests from Scott, from John and from myself at Verum Serum in this thread

  6. Chris L. on August 25, 2006 2:11 am

    Besides the main article in that thread, look in these places, as well:

    Just to save you time, I will stipulate that I didn’t use a spell-checker, and there may be misspellings in Scott or John’s posts, as well. That’s not the point.

  7. fsusma on August 25, 2006 12:01 pm

    Like many others, I am one who stumbled on the Slice Blog. I am continually amazed at the attacks that they launched against other believers. I just want you to know that you have a lot of supporters including myself.

    Throughout the New Testament, there is talk about Joy. Indeed, joy is listed as the 2nd fruit of the Spirit. Have you ever encountered a joyless Christian. I think we have on that other blog. Keep up the good work.


  8. Ken Silva on August 26, 2006 10:27 pm


    You think wrong. There is no more joyous thing in this world than to be in service for our Great King. You do know He’s at war, right?

  9. Chris L. on August 27, 2006 9:50 am


    You are totally right, and Ken has just proved your point.

    Grace and peace, brother.


  10. Chris L. on August 27, 2006 12:35 pm


    Yes, He’s at war.

    For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.

    Even so, we have been given a model of work and rest, 6 and 1, whereby we celebrate and remind ourself of why it is we fight.

  11. Sliced Laodicea » Blogging While Rome Burns! Ingrid Schlueter: “There’s a Time to Blog and That Time is Now” on December 22, 2006 3:57 am

    [...] Source: Fishing the Abyss [...]

  12. Sliced Laodicea » A Letter to Reverend Ken Silva on December 23, 2006 12:32 pm

    [...] What is ironic to me with Ken’s posts was that where he finally became agitated with me and “shunned” me was when I mirrored his own words back at him, like here and here, and Ingrid’s words back at her here. What does that say about the style of invective he uses with people he does not know? [...]

  13. berf on September 7, 2007 6:19 am


    ………you’re saying it’s not a time for blogging or pod-casting…….
    …..But it IS a time for satire, right???
    …….and a time for criticism……….
    ……and a time for demonstrating the absurd through absurdity……..
    …….and a time for misspelings………..

    (Did you catch the satirical irony of misspelling “misspeling”?? Hmm? Did ya, huh? Did ya???)

  14. berf on September 7, 2007 6:22 am

    Oh, you’re a witty one, Chris!! Oh, yes you are!! Oh, yes you are!! You little spongecake, you!!!!

  15. berf on September 7, 2007 6:23 am

    The preceding satire was brought to you by berf……..

    Have a slice day!!!!!

  16. Chris L. on September 7, 2007 6:40 pm

    Uhm, OK berf, whatever (a year later)…

  17. Chris L. on September 7, 2007 6:42 pm

    Just to put some context around this post, since Ingrid shut down Slice 1.0 and pulled all articles. This article is a word-for-word copy of Ingrid’s condemnation of a Christian dance festival with the only changes being a few nouns for demonstration…

  18. berf on September 8, 2007 12:25 am


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