Thursday, May 7, 2009

Roadside Religion - The Bahamas

I'm back from vacation, as well as a week or so of leftover laziness. There are many changes in my life, not the least of which is that I find myself a single man again. Vacations can have strange side effects. Oddly enough, it was a pretty good vacation. But I'll spare you the details, my separation and impending divorce are not relevant to the topic of this blog, except to say thanks to all my loyal readers and subscribers for hanging with me as while I took a vacation and weathered a storm.

To get us back on track, here's a fun little item in my occasional theme, "Roadside Religion." (Click for an enlargement.)

Here's a word of advice: If you're building a church, you should try to finish it before words "coming soon" have faded! This picture was taken here on the island of Lesser Exuma (aren't Google satellite images amazing?).

The Bahamas are an overwhelmingly Christian. Even the newspaper had unabashed front-page references to Christian events, morality and theology in seemingly every story. Yet ... a half-built church sits crumbling in the tropical sun.

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