Monday, August 07, 2006

Thinking

Ordinary Time

Clay's Mill Baptist Church is a large Fundamentalist congregation in Lexington. If you're local, you might remember them from the controversy over their "I Love America Patriotic Rally" a couple of years back. People assumed (somehow) from their advertising, which was not religiously oriented, that it was just a nice, "patriotic" thing they were doing for the community, and wouldn't be an open air religous meeting. Well, while that was a bit dishonest of the church, it was a pretty silly assumption on the part of the public. Anyway, the city and local paper were pretty irritated by the whole thing.

On a semi-regular basis, some of their members (perhaps they still do this?) would leave religious tracts in the bathroom stalls of Georgetown College's Student Center.

I'm thinking of going to their church and leaving my own tract.

Just a thought...

3 comments:

fernando said...

If they were baptists in anything other than name, they would welcome it...

Thomas Mohan said...

We have a urinal evangelist at our office. The tracts aren't easy to pick up and read for obvious reasons.

Kyle said...

Ha!