Apostasy | Blessing | Humor | Sin | Worldliness

I get taken to task when our humor reflects on any group, but I guess it’s O.K. to use a Unitarian joke when it comes out of a one of their own publications. The following was in Martin Marty’s Context as quoted from the Unitarian Universalist Christian “It seems that a young man bought a new Alfa Romeo, and he wanted to celebrate getting such a wonderful car in some special way. So he went to a Catholic priest, and said: ‘Father, will you bless my new Alfa Romeo?’ The priest said, ‘Sure, but what’s an Alfa Romeo?’ Discouraged, the young man went down the street and came to a Unitarian Church. He went inside, came up to the minister, and said: ‘Mr. So-and-So, I just bought a new Alfa Romeo; would you bless it?’ The Unitarian minister jumped up and said: ‘A new Alfa Romeo! Fantastic! Take me for a ride! . . . but, what’s a blessing?'” (As…

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