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JC in Japan




Bored of Buddhism?

Shying away from Shintoism?

Well fear God not because there's a new kid on the block - and his initials are JC.





Take a stroll down your street and He'll soon give you a sign - a sign in the form of a cross - a cross standing tall and proud, taller and prouder than the omnipresent TV aerials which compete daily for heavenly space.





And don't forget - JC's signal is the strongest in town - and he's broadcasting to you on a wavelength different to that of NHK.

JC's churches in Japan all feature their very own non-authentic stained glass windows, placed religiously behind regular wire-mesh windows to give you the best possible ethereal experience.


JC's doors are always open, come breakfast, lunch or dinner.

And if you're worried about the culinary side of Christianity in Japan, then hold it right there - it's not all holy bread and red wine. Attend a sermon here and you'll be happily served a starter of seared serendipity, a main of marinated miracle and a dessert of delicately roasted religious doctrine (a side dish of sanctification is optional).


So don't delay. Meet JC today. He's waiting for your prayer.

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On Friday, 11 April, 2008, Anonymous Kévin said:

Hehe I like your sarcastic way of picturing Japan !
Subscribed to your RSS :)  



On Saturday, 12 April, 2008, OpenID missaunt said:

Having lived in Japan, I know how rare Christian churches are there. However, now I live in a town in the U.S. South where, where ever you stand, you can throw a stone and hit a church. Oh, how I long for the days of Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines, and less JC!  



On Sunday, 13 April, 2008, Blogger Akira said:

Just another way Japan is trying to bring underground paedophilia into the mainstream!  



On Sunday, 20 April, 2008, Anonymous Jamaipanese said:

i'm sorry, i don't get it -_-  



On Sunday, 20 April, 2008, Anonymous Simon said:

and JC was even buried in Japan...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shingo,_Aomori

quite a conspiracy...  



On Tuesday, 13 May, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said:

JC has had influence in Japan for hundreds, perhaps thousands of years. Observe:


 



On Wednesday, 07 April, 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said:

Lmao I should drop in, I hear they have more of a wide range of foods now a days...Edible Evangelist, Minced Messiah, Pickelled Priest, Spiced Spirit, and even some steamed steeples. (srry bout the spelling xD)  



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