The Pink Slime Gospel

Remember this stuff?  I know, it had us all in a huff!  “Pink Slime” they called it.  We loved it, consumed it, and kept going back for more.  Until some pointed out the lore.  Instead of real meat in lieu, it was some existential goo.

Let’s consider, shall we, the gospel anew.  The Apostle said “another they’d spew!” * There’s much chatter about “The Gospel” of late, it’s because we’ve swallowed the bait, and perhaps already knew, that much of what we’ve partaken was mistaken for gospel goo.

Pink Slime, some say, is a myth.  The whistle blowers take the fifth.  Now that our offended sensibilities are assuaged, we’re no longer enraged.  Perhaps in time, the Gospel too will revert from goo to true.  A few questions I have for you:

 

What in your esteem is the most blatantly foul gospel theme?

Where in Bible writings do we find the clearest Gospel sightings?

Can you make your comments rhyme with the pink gospel slime?

 

 

 

* 2 Corinthians 11:4, Galatians 1:7

 

0 thoughts on “The Pink Slime Gospel

  1. Laurie Norris says:

    I’ve eaten mush as babies do
    The best of it was Gospel Goo
    Sliced and diced and ground it’s true
    But only meant to nourish you
    There’s nothing that He ever said
    That wasn’t of the broken bread

    I’m a little bigger now
    Still grateful for my gospel chow
    The acronym I use is HOW

    Honesty, Openmindedness, and Willingness (I know that doesn’t rhyme, forgive me)

    “‘These people honor me with their lips,
    but their hearts are far from me.
    They worship me in vain;
    their teachings are merely human rules.
    Jesus called the crowd to him and said, “Listen and understand. What goes into someone’s mouth does not defile them, but what comes out of their mouth, that is what defiles them.”

    Then the disciples came to him and asked, “Do you know that the Pharisees were offended when they heard this?”

  2. Peter says:

    I enjoy Philip with the Ethiopian in Acts 8. Philip, by the Spirit, preached Jesus to the Ethiopian as the Gospel, beginning from Isaiah.

  3. David Woods says:

    Here is a blog that’s sent from above.

    It’s about two things that I truly love.

    Presenting the gospel to a repentant sinner,

    and then there’s beef–it’s what’s for dinner.

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