If you haven’t heard about it yet, Christian Chirp is a new Christian alternative to Twitter.
In and of itself, that’s funny. I’ll let you revel in it.
No seriously. That’s what founder James L. Paris blamed the attack on. That’s funny.
That’s funny, too.
That’s funny. If you like Turner’s irreverent take on faith, you’ll love his skewering of Joel Osteen.
Christian media “mogul” cat fight. That’s kind of funny.
OK, no disrespect to Hyatt, but that’s hilarious.
When it gets less funny is this blog post, the Truth about James L. Paris and Christian Chirp, alleging that he lied about being banned from Twitter (part of the ethos of Christian Chirp), that he censors Chirp content and that he was indicted for securities fraud. The comments get even uglier as Paris himself shows up to argue the charges.
Oh, Christians. And we wonder why people think we’re so weird (I mean persecuted). Musician and rabble-rouser Justin McRoberts has a good take on Christian Chirp. It’s not ha-ha funny, but it’s good.