It seems there’s no respite from Psaul. We’re stuck with him forever. He’s completely hijacked this religion and this book and it appears as though no one can stop him. He’s writing some more boring letters to people who will probably toss them out along with the supermarket coupons no one uses anymore that still stuff up every mailbox for no reason.
Back for more of Psaul’s rules. He basically gets to tell us what to do since that once time he saw something shiny and decided it was Jesus. Somehow that gave him the authorization to the ultimate boss of everything we do in our lives. Psaul really did essentially invent Christianity!
We get more rules from Psaul for his totally epic RPG! He has a hilarious habit of asking himself questions that totally undermine what he’s saying. Like, is my podcast really boring? OF COURSE NOT NOTHING TO SEE HERE WHY DID YOU ASK THAT.
Starting a new book! Warning though, this book doesn’t actually contain any Romans or like badass Roman battles or something. It’s just a really boring letter or “EPISTLE” for the super fancy among you. Paul is a huge blowhard who pretty much single handedly inflicted this Christianity crap on us. Punch him in the nuts next time you see him.
After the best intro ever, we’re finally putting an end to all these Acts. The 28th axe will be the final axe to grind as far as I’m concerned. Will something significant happen to Paul? Will it be a cliffhanger ending or more like guy named cliff buying clothes hangers type ending? You decide.
Saul AKA Paul AKA 2 Chainz is at it again. The one thing that can be said about this episode is there is kind of a plot. That’s certainly new for this show. Things happen and people do stuff but not just in a random boring way, like they actually kind of are interesting maybe sort of?
I’ve got an axe to grind. Axe 18-20. We get to hear some boring nothing stories about the apostles and there’s some semi interesting stuff in there. Also at one point, Paul is just plain DONE with the Jews. Jews, amiright?
More adventures of the Apostles mysteriously better at converting people than Jesus! Up for debate in today’s episode: does the omniscient all-powerful god want me to cut off my foreskin or is it ok if I don’t do that? Deep questions!
This week the Jews finally get what’s coming to them. It’s all about the Gentiles now, baby. One wonders why the Jews were ever the chosen people, if the New Testament is to be believed…
Today we’ve got some awesome contradiction for you! Remember that whole free will thing? Well it turns out it doesn’t always matter as much as Christians would have you believe….