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March 4, 2004

Bargain of the Day: Bodies for Christ

by Feòrag

Despite the name, the Bodies for Christ does not exhort Chrsitians to go out and kill those who disagree with them, but it might just help the sort of nut who thinks that's a good idea.

Sheri has a passion to help people know who they are in Christ and understand that they can have victory in life, no matter what area. 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 tells us that our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit and we should honor our body. She has designed a series of Christian exercise videos called Bodies for Christ because it is vital for Christians to be God's hands and feet and ready to serve.

The video Firm and Tight is the one for you if you need to hang around cruising grounds prior to a good queerbashing:

This exercise program will increase calorie burning muscle and will tone and tighten your buttocks, hips, thighs, arms, back and belly! Faith Breaks are throughout the entire exercise video, which are filled with the word of God. The word of God will build your faith and propel you to finish the entire workout program.

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1: Posted by: Bill Humphries | March 4, 2004 8:23 PM

My brother and sister-in-law lead a "South Beach Diet" group at their Church, and use the meetings to deliver the appropriate scriptural lesson of the day.

I'm reeling at the idea of "intertexual" readings of the Diet and The Bible.

2: Posted by: Feòrag | March 4, 2004 8:40 PM

We've featured a couple of "Jesus" diets in the past: Jesus' Diet for your Sins (breatharianism, plus pee) and Bible Cure. Plus, a Christian version of Weight Watchers.

Wax lyrical

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