Jesus Christ quits Christianity after viewing Republican platform

September 8, 2008 by  

For years, Jesus Christ had kept quiet while his “followers” had killed and committed horrendous acts of intolerance in his name. They were the “birth pangs” of a new religion, his surrogates would say. One day he would be accepted by all as a liberator.

But in an announcement that has left his followers shaken, the Christ himself has come forward to announce that he is leaving Christianity, effective immediately. The reasoning: The 2008 Republican Platform. Reached for comment at a West Hollywood coffee shop, Christ said that he couldn’t deal with a world that so misinterpreted his words and actions.

“They mention the word ‘faith’ 12 times in their platform,” said Christ. “Do they think we’re idiots or something?”

Christ went on to say that he had grown tired of being portrayed as a “marauding archangel of vengeance,” and that he held out little hope that the world would ever accept his message of peace.

“There’s a new breed of Christian out there that seems to think I represent free-for-all capitalism and slaying my enemies,” said Christ, munching on an arugula quiche. “I mean, they made Isaiah into a Cold War-era strategist, for Dad’s sake. Did they even read the New Testament?”

With the 2008 U.S. Presidential election coming up in short order, many have expressed skepticism over the timing of Christ’s announcement. Reached for comment, John McCain’s campaign lobbyist Rick Davis said that his candidate would not be responding to the “obvious liberal smear.”

“John McCain has made it clear that he will not speak to or about Jesus Christ until Christ shows him the respect he deserves,” said Davis. “John McCain was a POW and deserves respect. Jesus obviously can’t understand the kind of sacrifice John McCain made.”

For his part, Democratic Presidential nominee Barack Obama has said he plans to stay above the fray.

“This is above my pay grade,” said Obama during a campaign stop in Canton, Kansas. “Way, way, way above my pay grade.”

The reaction from many political entertainers was swift. Sean Hannity of Fox News made clear his disappointment in Christ.

“Seriously, let him go,” said Hannity to co-host Alan Colmes on the popular show “Hannity & Colmes” on Fox News. “If he doesn’t have the courage to face up to the Republican platform, how can he ever stand up to Osama bin Laden. This is a partisan attack, plain and simple.”

In response, Colmes vehemently disagreed with Hannity.

“But, but, but … , ” said Colmes.

The major religious corporations of the world have yet to comment on Christ’s decision. At the Vatican Web site, a simple message appeared: “Thank you for allowing us time to reflect on this matter. Pray for us, and know that we need your tithing now more than ever.”

Many devout Christians have stated that Christ’s abandonment will not affect their faith.

“Jesus Christ is the one true savior and those who don’t accept him into their heart will perish in eternal damnation,” said religious entertainer Joel Osteen. “That is the truth, regardless of Christ’s actual involvement.”

A thoughtful Christ said he had yet to decide what would be next for him, but expressed pride in his philosophy and accomplishments.

“We had a good run,” said Christ. “It really far exceeded anything I had hoped for, but humanity was supposed to become more evolved over time, not less.

“It’s just time to pull the plug.”

Christ said he would likely dedicate his time to working on an autobiography that will focus on his philosophies and work with people from all walks of life.

“I figure after 2,000 years it’s about time there was a book about me,” said Christ. “You know, from someone who was actually there.”

When pressed for details, Christ said he wasn’t allowed to reveal anything about the upcoming tome due to a contractual commitment with Simon & Schuster. But Christ did allow for one tidbit to be released – what the “H” stood for in “Jesus H. Christ.”

“Hector,” said Christ, walking out the door.

–WKW


Comments

71 Responses to “Jesus Christ quits Christianity after viewing Republican platform”

  1. dgun on September 8th, 2008 7:03 am

    Blasphemy not withstanding, that was brilliant.

    “John McCain has made it clear that he will not speak to or about Jesus Christ until Christ shows him the respect he deserves,” said Davis. “John McCain was a POW and deserves respect. Jesus obviously can’t understand the kind of sacrifice John McCain made.”

    In response, Colmes vehemently disagreed with Hannity.

    “But, but, but … , ” said Colmes.

    That was great. Funny and true too.

    The bible makes it clear that what angers Jesus the most is people who use God for worldly gain, like the religious aristocracy of his time.

    Matthew 23:27-28 (New International Version)
    New International Version (NIV)

    27 Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You are like whitewashed tombs, which look beautiful on the outside but on the inside are full of dead men’s bones and everything unclean. 28 In the same way, on the outside you appear to people as righteous but on the inside you are full of hypocrisy and wickedness.

  2. Irim on September 8th, 2008 7:22 am

    Bill,

    It really hurts to have Pepsi coming out your nose. I should have stopped drinking. Thank God the laptop was spared…

    Absolutely brilliant. And I’m linking to you.

    Ixx

  3. William K. Wolfrum on September 8th, 2008 8:18 am

    Absolutely brilliant. And I’m linking to you.

    Aw shucks, Irim, thank you. :) I’m going to have a different layout here soon, and will have a much more inclusive blogroll. Right now I dedicate too much space on my nav bar to self-promotion lol. But I’ll definitely include all loyal readers. And right now, a loyal reader is defined as “coming here twice.” Dgun, my wife, and my sister-in-law are the only ones in the Preferred Member Club. That means they’ve been here at least five times ;)

    Blasphemy not withstanding, that was brilliant.

    Thanks d. I’m not a believer, as you are aware, but my mom’s recent health issues pretty much ended my “angry atheist” phase. I have a lot more respect now for honest, loyal believers. Too many good people have faith for it to be a bad thing.

    And people don’t have to believe he’s the Son of God to respect and admire Jesus as a philosopher. The world would be a much better place if people made an effort to follow a lot of his instructions.

  4. Christina on September 8th, 2008 5:41 pm

    Are you sure he said “Hector” and not “Howard”? I mean, it’s right there in the prayer and everything!

    Our Father who Art in Heaven, Howard be thy name…

  5. Bob on September 8th, 2008 5:47 pm

    Bill…

    You rule.

    You. Just. Rule.

  6. Jennifer on September 8th, 2008 6:13 pm

    Trying to pull my favorite bit to quote back at you, but it’s too hard.

    Twice, you say? I could probably swing that ;)

  7. wisewebwoman on September 8th, 2008 6:32 pm

    Oh dear, major coffee spill at “for Dad’s sake”.
    A masterpiece!
    Double entendre intended in “Hector”?
    XO
    WWW

  8. o'really on September 8th, 2008 8:05 pm

    I’m still chuckling. “Hector” ha ha heh heh heh!

  9. Jeaux-jeaux on September 9th, 2008 7:02 am

    Right on the money. Thank you!

  10. joe shikspack on September 9th, 2008 7:06 am

    well done.

    and i always thought the h stood for horatio.

  11. Minister of Shadows on September 9th, 2008 7:18 am

    Bill:

    That was fracking fabulous!

    It’s ironic that Christ has become a political talking point when he spent his ministry railing against the system.

  12. right on! on September 9th, 2008 7:23 am

    Hilarious… and painfully true! I love the phrase “religious entertainer”… it says so much about so many of those “evangelical leaders”, doesn’t it?

    As Irim noted, I’ll be bookmarking your site as well. As for the “H”, I’d hoped it stood for Harry.

    As noted, Jesus the philosopher would be shocked and outraged at what’s being done in his name. It just doesn’t bespeak the man most of us have heard about at Sunday school way back in the dark ages of the ’50s.

    One thousand thank-yous to you and your intellect!

  13. Bob on September 9th, 2008 7:24 am

    Jesus is an imaginary friend for dumb adults.

  14. paintbetty on September 9th, 2008 7:48 am

    simply brilliant. I really think you should have this published in as many national papers as possible – this is the best satire i’ve ready in years!!!

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  17. Bogie on September 9th, 2008 8:31 am

    Pure comedy gold. Also pure comedy frankincense and myrrh.

  18. daGeest on September 9th, 2008 8:44 am

    You had me snickering and sneering up until ““But, but, but … , ” said Colmes.” at which point I spewed coffee across my desk.

    Those of us on this side of the aisle are VERY familiar with the illls and sins of the right, but it is about time to start addressing the other part of the problem: “Evil men flourish though the inaction of good men.”

    I am not so much POed at the White House as I am with the fact that they have been handed a blank check so many times. I am not so suprised I would be labeled a ‘traitor’ as much as I am stunned that I have no one, no voice in the political arena to stand up for me.

    I am sick of it. I will not be voting Obama simply because we needed someone with cajones several years ago. They may have not been the murders, but they stood their gawking (and often offering up encouraging suggestions) while the sociopaths went to town.

    So, Mr. Christ, sir, if you have a little smiting left in yah, could you lay some smackdown on the lazy, worthless, complacent Dems too? Thanks big guy!

  19. Hal Tribble on September 9th, 2008 9:04 am

    Very clever. I am a believer, but from the other part of christianity that was repressed, the Arian side. I’m sick of preacher/polticians, especially here in Mississippi where I live. To them, if you don’t vote Republican and go to an accepted church, you’re going to Hell. Since I don’t believe in eternal torment, that threat does nothing to me. If heaven is full of southern baptists, I don’t want to go there.

  20. Marion in Savannah on September 9th, 2008 9:13 am

    Delicious! Funny, but painful on point. I’ve got to trot back over to Crooks & Liars to thank them for linking to you, after you’re bookmarked. My priest is going to howl at this.

    Hal Tribble — I pretty much agree with Mark Twain, who said you went to heaven for climate and hell for company. And you’re right about our local Talibangelicals…

  21. k8zephyr on September 9th, 2008 9:27 am

    William, maybe you should market a line of signature paper towels for those readers who tend to spew liquids onto their computers while reading your work.

  22. Kelsey on September 9th, 2008 9:30 am

    The “H” definitely stands for “Haploid.”

  23. eyesoars on September 9th, 2008 11:11 am

    H. == Hector?

    Never. H. == Haploid.

    /es
    [small biology joke]

  24. shepherd on September 9th, 2008 3:19 pm

    If you love me,”feed my sheep”. I am a shepard, I raise sheep and goats for real. Me and Jesus have a few things in common.He knows you got to feed and doctor and you can not just talk to um all the time. In the spring when the babies hit the ground I take care of the ones who can make it I do worry with the ones who are aborted(jesus’s job),he has a place in heaven for them.Don’t go looking for lost lambs all the time either some one has to take care of the farm. He understands. He also knows you can not spend all your time fighting with the neighbors,just not right. He loves the sheep and the goats,but I think he has a special place in his heart for goats.Sheep are not much fun! P.s. This is farmer stuff but would you tell McBush not to be poking at bears with a stick and to stop throwing rocks at wasps nest , best to leave them alone unless you have a big big gun .They don’t respond to talk either once you made them mad. Jesus is a smart man,maybe you should read his words.

  25. Bud Webster on September 9th, 2008 4:26 pm

    Bill, like you I considered myself an “angry atheist,” but realized that I was actually saying “I don’t believe in God. DO YOU HEAR THAT, GOD? I DON’T BELIEVE IN YOU!”

    So instead, I’ve decided that I’m an antaganostic. It’s a reasonable position for a science fiction writer.

  26. Gr8shoes on September 9th, 2008 4:42 pm

    Bloody brilliant. I have a very unhappy, wet cat. She got between my laptop & the chai I spilt whilst laughing.

  27. The Cunning Runt on September 9th, 2008 5:24 pm

    That was Teh Funneh.

    But I’m pretty sure JC spilled the “Hector” beans a while back at ‘liss’s.

    Maybe he forgot…

    TCR

    Oh, PS, I’m his namesake, did you know that?

  28. gueuzeman on September 9th, 2008 5:41 pm

    Thanks to C&L for the find.

    Good stuff- you can’t blame the republicans for misinterpreting the word of god (if he exists). Politics is like religion and philosophy, all kinds of ways to come up with a wrong answer.

    It’s not like math, where there is only one right answer (No nitpicking with differential calculus or some such crap). The suprising thing is that it’s against the laws of probability to come up with the wrong answer nearly every time. They must be trying to.

    We used to be able to say with some certainty that science would yield only one right answer to a problem, but5 the last 7 years have really streched that .

    Whatever- keep being heinous, I like it

    gueuze

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  30. nathan jackson on September 9th, 2008 5:59 pm

    Brilliant! I must say that was the best satire I have seen in years. Wow simply wonderful. I’ve linked to your page!

  31. William K. Wolfrum on September 9th, 2008 6:11 pm

    Wow. So many nice words, I’m at a loss for words. I guess what I really want to convey is: Where were you all when I really needed you, eh? Huh, where were you then????

    But I digress.

    ;)

    Seriously, thanks for the kind words and link love. I think I may have a few more things up my sleeve, so drop on back sometime :)

    Bill

  32. Proud2bHumble on September 9th, 2008 8:21 pm

    WKW, you’re surely going to hell for this.

    Can I come with you?

    hehe :)

    ;-}

  33. Janis Hahn on September 10th, 2008 4:34 am

    No, the “H” definitely stands for Harold – as in “Hark, the Harold angels sing…”
    Thanks — after running from the TV screaming because finger shaking, lecturing Sarah gave me flashbacks of damning Sunday School teachers I needed this.

  34. Greg Forest on September 10th, 2008 5:03 am

    Great post but there is a problem. thegodinstitute.com had a home study course in religious study. Their Doctorate of Applied Divinity exam took five minutes and one of the questions was multiple choice:

    What is Jesus’ middle initial?

    Of course almost everyone got the “H” although the “F” answer came in 2nd.

    But the next multiple choice question was “what did the “H” stand for?” As you can see from the choices (and the Institute knows their religion – they invent them), Hector was not a choice:

    a) Horace
    b) Horus
    c) Happy Meal
    d) Honest
    e) Hall of the Above

    Correct answer was “b” and I got the question wrong too. They also prophesied that “when the feast of untruth is spent upon the table, you will get the Bill.”

    Dude, I think they were talking about you. Will return to this very entertaining site if the world doesn’t get sucked into that Swiss black hole they’re fixin’ to turn on.

  35. Mike on September 10th, 2008 5:34 am

    LOL, wash and repeat LOL

    .. Jesus wasn’t a Christian in the first place making the GOP and their Christianista minions …. whom Ralph Reed and Tom DeLay’s (revealed in the court’sl discovery process) wrote to each other “whackos stupid enough to believe anything” DANGEROUS and a national shame.

  36. Charles on September 10th, 2008 6:05 am

    My last name is Hyde, and we were always told that that is what the “H” stood for.

  37. insaneredneck on September 10th, 2008 6:08 am

    WOW, I learn something new every day, I always thought the H stood for Hussein

  38. diane on September 10th, 2008 6:14 am

    mailed it to my pastor, lol!!!!

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  40. Dr. Rick Rickards on September 10th, 2008 9:52 am

    I came up with the H for Haploid at least 50 years ago. I’m glad to see it’s still around!

  41. Chaz on September 10th, 2008 10:37 am

    And speaking of Joel Osteen, at a recent servise, Victoria got up and lead a “prayer for Sarah Palin.” Now THAT is scary.

  42. jim s on September 10th, 2008 11:36 am

    Christ! are you kidding? Really are you? Jesus, Mary and Joseph! we’re not quitters(well maybe dad’s a little tired) Fucking Jesus! that’s all anyones going to be thinking of – and twice as much you being in California now. Mary mother of God! your son sounds like he thinks he walks on water for God’s sake! Can you see the light? right after it take a left and get on the 405.

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  45. H G on September 12th, 2008 12:32 pm

    Fabulous. Loved the humor, sweet. Liked the book contract, too. Heard about this post via a Facebook status line of a friend. Thanks!

  46. paul on September 12th, 2008 6:30 pm

    This piece is so sophmoric I think I’ll barf. There, now I feel much better. Oh oh, I just tried to finish this and I’m going barf again. By the time William finishes high school perhaps he’ll find something he can do well enough to show other people.

  47. Rob on September 12th, 2008 7:51 pm

    Very nice, even as…no especially as a believer in Christ, I find this hilarious. I like to think that He would laugh at it as well.

    Keep them coming!

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  49. Pete eff on September 16th, 2008 3:06 pm

    Applause…silly grin.
    The Christians have a terrible record, all told.
    Jesus was a Jew and look how they’ve treated the Jews…much less , get along with their neighbors…never mind that “love thy” stuff.
    They used to sacrifice goats…now you cause keyboards to be sacrificed…..pf

  50. Angel In Pdx on September 18th, 2008 9:26 pm

    I’m ready to read the book and find out if he hangs with Muhammed & Buddha or what? And where are the Marys these days…..

  51. Pastor Scott on October 1st, 2008 12:02 pm

    I’m pretty sure Jesus is having a good laugh about this somewhere. We’ll talk about it in my prayers tonight.

    Thanks, Bill – I’ll be back.

  52. William K. Wolfrum on October 1st, 2008 12:26 pm

    Pastor Scott, I’ll tell you what, I’m betting the farm that Jesus has a good sense of humor ;)

    And thanks for coming by :)

  53. Wendy on October 1st, 2008 9:09 pm

    Loved it and look forward to reading more of your writing. Especially appreciated it after reading a letter to the editor in our hometown newspaper today outlining how God chose Sarah Palin to “lead us back to one nation under God” and the writer had Bible verses to support it. It made me wonder if I should laugh or grieve–and then I chanced on your great column.

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  55. Stanislaus on November 13th, 2008 7:49 am

    OMFG just spilled my venti caramel macchiato all over the keyboard laughing

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    I am unfortunately still in my angry atheist phase. People like Ann Coulter and Bill O’Reilly bring red to my face. I still have yet to be able to say: “Whatever, they’re idiots and there words don’t mean anything.”

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    It’s Jesus HOLY Christ. Anyway, it’s a marvelous piece of writing.

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