Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Welcome to the Church of the Eternal Communion

From the Church of the Eternal Communion--welcome to all fellow online Communionists.

Grab a chalise of tasty communion wine and join the reverendbrad in Eternal Communion. If I may recommend a Shiraz, I believe it will go well with our Church's doctrine (which can be more fully experienced at www.eternalcommunion.com ).

9 Comments:

Blogger CommunionDisciple1 said...

Most excellent theology Reverend. I'm celebrating communion right now with some chardonnay--Preach Brother!

9:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

THE COLLECTION OF CHURCH LAW ON THE WEBSITE IS VERY HELPFUL...BUT MORE STATES NEED TO BE ADDED.

6:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any suggestions on a good pinot noir communion wine, under $25?

8:30 PM  
Blogger reverendbrad said...

Pinot Noirs are for sissies who can't handle real red wines. Buy a $10 Cab or Malbec or Shiraz, and be a real communionist.

Speaking of belittling girlie-men, the Church is seeking fodder for our first fatwahs (to be issued soon--see new changes to the website). Your suggestions are welcome.

10:25 PM  
Anonymous baptistlayminister12246@aol.com said...

good fatwah. arsonists are pussies. confront your enemys

10:25 PM  
Blogger reverendbrad said...

Thank you, but I have removed that fatwah from the website, and recanted it. While I continue to hope the church arsonists are caught and brought to justice, setting fire to their genitals is probably not the appropriate form of punishment. And my suggesting it does not set the example of finding and following the Path of Goodness that I would like to provide. My apologies.

5:10 AM  
Blogger reverendbrad said...

Communionists are encouraged to email photos of their baptism ceremonies, for posting on the Church's website.

9:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does the Church of the Eternal Communion have a stance on the Israeli - Hezbollah conflict?

9:52 PM  
Blogger reverendbrad said...

The Church of the Eternal Communion is generally opposed to unnecessary violence. However, the Church does not take any position on political matters, and doing so could jeopardize our tax-exempt status under IRC ยง501(c)(3).

4:38 AM  

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