Earth, But Is Sperm Spilling and Family Planning In The Church’s Plan?
SD: How many sacraments do Protestants have?
PC: Two. They maintain that scripture only authorizes two. Jesus said "do this in remembrance of me" at his last supper and, of course, he was baptized in the River Jordan by John the Baptist whose name gives away his religious slant. Hey, as any diabetic or ailing immune system can tell you, bathing is good! However, there are some that say that since Jesus kind of just acquiesced and didn't implore his followers to do likewise, then it became a sacrament out of church tradition. That opened the flood gate for the others. Clearly, communion should be one and I think that baptism is pretty clearly one. Besides, you get rid of that one and the church throws the baby out with the bath water.
SD: You're not suggesting that.....
PC: Oh, NO! Heaven's no. I'm a good Roman Catholic.
PC: Did we say all of that?
SD: But what about the female’s unfertilized eggs that are discharged monthly?
PC: What the hell, freeze them, too.
SD: What about power outages and defrosting? That would be a bad a moldy or stale host wouldn't it?
PC: I am sure that there are some fine Chinese companies that would make the Holy Keeper of the Tabernacle of Future Roman Catholics.
SD: Gasoline, diesel, propane or natural gas?
PC: I'm sure that the church will need to look at the bottom line to determine that.
PC: That would be ideal, but it all depends on which is more important and time critical? Planetary overcrowding or global warming. In a messy world it's a real juggling act.
SD: With fertile nuns discharging monthly don't they inadvertently practice a type of female Onanism from the time they start ovulating?
PC: What are you saying?
SD: That you will need to change the name of your group to include the nuns.
PC: The priests won't like that.