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11/23/2004

You Might be a Baptist If .... 

Ok, I got the idea from this post at Reverend Mike's, and some of these are probably NOT original (I've heard this done so many different ways), but here we go:


  • If you believe that Jesus fed 5,000 people with catfish and hushpuppies, you might be a Baptist.
  • If you have never sung the third verse to any hymn in the hymnal, you might be a Baptist.
  • If the first question you ask a pastoral candidate is, "Do you like chicken?" and question his salvation if he answers "No," you might be a Baptist.
  • If you've ever collected an offering using Kentucky Fried Chicken buckets, you might be a Baptist.
  • If you think that a Biblical benediction is seventeen verses of "Just As I Am," you might be a Baptist.
  • If, when someone says "AMEN" during a sermon, you look around to see who the visitor is, you might be a Baptist.
  • If your definition of "fellowship" involves fried chicken and sweet tea, you might be a Baptist.
  • If you believe that the Marriage Supper of the Lamb will be potluck, and leave instructions in your will to be burried with a covered dish, you might be a Baptist.
  • If you have a bumper sticker on your car that says, "In the event of Rapture, this car will be unmanned," you might be a Baptist.

Credit for some of these should probably go to Grif.net, though I'm really not sure which ones -- that's the one place I know I've seen a list like this before.



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