Monday, July 03, 2006

A Religio-Political Edition of the Quote Game

Whenever [the agenda of the religious right isn't getting a fair shake in Washington], I pick up the phone and call whoever I need to call, and take care of it.
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A pastor has to be media-savvy if he's going to reach everybody. I don't mean to be ugly and harsh, but to be forthright and candid. And the result is that people that don't like you start listening.
I think this is just too easy for a prize, but I'll throw a TNIV into the mix anyway just because I want to get rid of them. No googling, and the TNIV is up for grabs in the first ten guesses.

10 comments:

Robert said...

Ralph Reed?

Sam H. said...

jerry falwell

PinkAngel said...

Ditto on the Jerry Falwell. Didn't think I'd know this did you, Ben???

Ryan Martin said...

Come on. What do you think, that none of us listen to NPR?

Irenaeus II said...

Kennedy

Keith said...

Ted Haggard

Irenaeus II said...

Just to clarify, I am saying D. James Kennedy

James said...

The ultimate media pastor - Jerry Falwell.

I will enjoy the TNIV. Thanks

Ben said...

Nice work Sam. E-mail me your mailing address and I'll get it out to you.

pinkangel,

I'm impressed. Must run in the family. Our oldest cousin sent this to me. And even though you didn't win the TNIV, you can put it on your birthday list if you want.

And here's the link for those of you who can survive a day (or a decade) without your NPR fix:

Sarah said...

Of all the times for you to post an easy quote, and I was not on your blog for two days!!!!! Curses, Ben.... I would have felt so smart and well-read if I could have been the first to answer one of YOUR quotes.
By the way PinkAngel, I am impressed also. :-)