Starting Something that Won’t Die

“Dinosaur Bones Found on the Moon”

That was the title of a post I wrote a while back. Funny thing is, though I only wrote it as a joke to catch people’s attention, I have had more people read this than most anything else. 

Little did I know that when I posted the article about finding bones on the moon there would be so many people who were wondering if it was true. Nearly everyday I get a visitor to my blog because they are searching for information about “dinosaur bones on the moon.” What’s the deal?

I don’t know if it was popular before my article, but I know it is popular now. I just hope I didn’t start something that won’t die.

Wait a minute…What am I saying?!! Let the rumor live on! As long as people keep finding this blog, maybe they’ll learn about the Son of God. If so, it wont’ matter if bones are on the moon. 

Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honour and power: for thou hast created all things, and for thy pleasure they are and were created. – Revelation 4:1

Click here to read the original post. http://therecoveringlegalist.com/2010/10/29/dinosaur-bones-found-on-moon/

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2 responses to “Starting Something that Won’t Die

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    Lying is ok as long as you do it for Jesus.

    Nice message.

    • Seriously, there is a difference between lying and humor or satire. To say that I was “lying” would be to say that I intentionally led people to believe a falsehood without clarification. Humor and satire are used all the time to illustrate a point, but lying is malicious disregard for the victim.

      Most who read this post (and the original) will understand pretty quickly that I neither believe bones are on the moon, nor do I want to convince anyone they are there. The point of the article was to create a hypothetical situation that would try one’s faith. It is the other kook websites out there that continue to tell lies enforcing some belief that bones are actually there. That is not me.

      All I was saying in this post is that if they want to continue the nonsense of bones on the moon, then I can’t stop them. If they continue it will only lead more people to my site for clarification. So there, no more lies.

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