Tuesday, January 17, 2006


Thus sayeth the Rev. R. Albert Mohler, Jr., president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. KWTX reports:
On his Web site and other articles and interviews, Mohler argues that "marriage, sex and children are part of one package" and that "to deny any part of this wholeness is to reject God's intention in creation and his mandate revealed in the Bible."

In a CNN interview, the Baptist leader added, “We grow up by having children. Without that responsibility, we have a generation of perpetual adolescents just growing old."
Thank God those "perpetual adolescents" don't have any children.


Anonymous said...

If Baptists had balls, they'd demand a Mohler extraction.

Wait a minute...Baptists can't have balls...It's a sin to dance!


Anonymous said...

I enjoy being a perpetual adolescent!

Anonymous said...

So Jesus was a perpetual adolescent.
The apostles too.