These sorts of signs have been cropping up all over North America, so I was not surprised to hear from Mark from Sudbury about this one in my mother’s old neighbourhood. In fact, I snapped a few shots myself. It’s sad that it’s right next to an indoctrination centre or what they call a child care. My time in Sunday… Read more »
The authors of church sign slogans are either getting desperate for inspiration, or their ideas are just absurd. This sign at Saint Luke’s Anglican Church in East City (Peterborough), Ontario is a good example: I suspect someone is watching to see who’s reading the sign because on the other side is this message:
The Elim Family Worship Centre in Peterborough, Ontario changes the message on its sign every week. This is it latest message Can you think of a response?
The Elim Family Worship Centre in Peterborough, Ontario has rewritten the English idiom An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. and ignores the warning Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun is the number-one cause of skin cancer. Sunscreen protects our skin from the the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) light; a healthy dose of… Read more »
The Elim Family Worship Centre in Peterborough, Ontario has a tendency to borrow and rewrite phrases that are more familiar in their original form. The most recent example is this sign The inspiration for the Elim Family Worship Centre’s latest directive is a Yiddish proverb: “Der mentsh trakht un Got lakht.” Translated as “Man plans… Read more »
Pascal’s Wager can be summarized in four points: 1. If you believe in God and God does exist, you will be rewarded with eternal life in heaven: thus an infinite gain. 2. If you do not believe in God and God does exist, you will be condemned to remain in hell forever: thus an infinite… Read more »