Posts Tagged ‘hermeneutics’

Adventures in Biblical Hermeneutics

November 2, 2009

There was some serious rain here yesterday and one of my colleagues experienced flooding in his house. It was pretty nasty. So another colleague had spent the morning helping him clean up. When the second guy came in to the office, he was carrying his muck-caked shoes.

I said, “Should have seen my shoes… wichhh.”

“What?” he said.

“Manure spreader jack-knifed on the Santa Ana…”

“I’m so glad you said that. Dontcha just love the shape of these wings?”

“Come on boys. It’s all ball-barings these days.” (more…)