Jesus’ tour of Japan.

Christ’s Grave:
When Jesus Christ was 21 years old, he came to Japan and pursued knowledge of divinity for 12 years. He went back to Judea at age 33, and engaged in his mission. However, at that time people in Judea would not accept Christ’s preaching. Instead, they arrested him and tried to crucify him on a cross. His younger brother, Isukiri casually took Christ’s place and ended his life on the cross.

Christ, who escapred crucifixion, went through the ups and downs of travel, and again came to Japan. He settled right here in what is now called Herai Village, and died at the age of 106.

On this holy ground, there is dedicated a burial mound on the right to deify Christ, and a grave on the left to deify Isukiri.

The above description was given in a testament by Jesus Christ.

How abstinence only training doesn’t work.

Seatbelts and airbags are not 100% effective in preventing injury in traffic accidents.
There is no such thing as “safe driving”. The only way to be safe is to never drive.
So, don’t.
Class dismissed!

What if the public schools’ “abstinence only” policy applied to things other tan sex?
Easiest. Class. Ever!
Wanna go drag racing in the parking lot?
Hellz yeah, dude!


Mom: You better start attending church! I don’t want you to go to hell!
Kid: Don’t you get it, I don’t even believe in hell.
Mom: Well you better start or that’s where you’ll end up!!
Kid: Telling an atheist they’re going to hell is like putting a person in the penalty box for not being on a hockey team.
Mom: I will not have a son who worships Satan!!!!!
Kid: If I worshipped Satan I would believe in hell!!!!!
Mom: A-ha! So you do believe in Hell! Gotcha!
Kid: Damnit!! Why don’t you make any sense Mom!?!?!

(True Story)

Teach the [false] controversy.

President Bush’s view on intelligent design creationism: “… both sides ought to be properly taught… so people can understand what the debate is about… part of education is to expose people to different schools of thought… you’re asking me whether or not people ought to be exposed to different ideas, and the answer is yes. “