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Stupid, Sexy Jesus

By Christmas Ape | 33 comments

Today is Tim Tebow's 25th birthday.

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God: “I Would Let My Only Begotten Son Play Football”

By Christmas Ape | 20 comments

Reacting to recent comments made by retired NFL quarterback Kurt Warner, the creator of the universe on Tuesday said that, were He interested, He would allow His only begotten son to play football.

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KSK Khristmas Klassics: The Day Jesus Invented Football

By Christmas Ape | 6 comments

In lieu of doing work with a Christmas stupor (or Maj turning away from his Chinese takeout) we present our fairly well received Christmas post from last year (Good to enough to make it a tradition that allows us to be lazy.

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God Explains Week 15 Of the NFL Season

By Unsilent Majority | 22 comments

Many people scoff at the idea that God can control the outcome of sporting events, or that He even cares.

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God Explains Week 14 Of the NFL Season

By Unsilent Majority | 36 comments

Many people scoff at the idea that God can control the outcome of sporting events, or that He even cares.

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God Explains Week 13 Of the NFL Season

By Unsilent Majority | 21 comments

Many people scoff at the idea that God can control the outcome of sporting events, or that He even cares.

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God Explains Week 12 Of The NFL

By Big Daddy Drew | 43 comments

Many people scoff at the idea that God can control the outcome of sporting events, or that He even cares.

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God Explains Week 11 Of the NFL Season

By Unsilent Majority | 32 comments

Many people scoff at the idea that God can control the outcome of sporting events, or that He even cares.

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God Explains Week 10 of the NFL Season

By Unsilent Majority | 40 comments

Many people scoff at the idea that God can control the outcome of sporting events, or that He even cares.

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God’s Son Explains the NFL: Week 8

By Unsilent Majority | 35 comments

Many people scoff at the idea that God can control the outcome of sporting events, or that He even cares.

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