OK, I confess, I don’t much like April Fools Day. It isn’t because I have some theological gripe, or because I’m just a miserable so and so, it’s because I’m so bloomin’ prone to gullibility.
Well, this year, I’m taking a stand for all of those gullible folk like myself, and am going to cite all of those blog posts from the Christian Interweb, that I suspect are April Fools.
Let me know if I’ve mistakenly cited your post as a prank. Feel free to let me know of others you’ve spotted.
To everyone on this list, consider yourself well and truly busted! Us gullibles are fighting back. This will not be our annual day of shame….
Clayboy – Christian persecution and the great atheist conspiracy
Cranmer – Cranmer crosses the Tiber to join the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham
Zwinglius Redivivus – Breaking News: I’m Moving to ‘Near Emmaus’
Richard Littledale – Belt tightening hits the pulpit
Crimperman – Is Jeremy Clarkson retiring and the end of Top Gear a good thing?
The Church Mouse – “Modernisation fund” to eliminate use of overhead projectors in church
Phil’s Treehouse – Beer glass Jesus
Ekklesia – Common church youth activities decried as ‘too gay’
Maggi Dawn – Would you pay £15 to go to church?
TheGoodBook – Pre-thumbed Bible
International Christian College Glasgow – The Heresy App
Always Hope – Truro Cathedral to be sold
Theo Socmed’s Musings – A new Cathedral for Leeds?
Unsettled Christianity – Jim West Arrested in BiblioBlog Rankings Scandal
Exploring our Matrix – Lead Tablets Deciphered!
Standing on my Head – Breaking News
Hacking Christianity – Zyngla and the Episcopal Church today announced the launch of Churchyville
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