Jericho Pinterest Page

There are so many good infographics and visual memes out there that I’ve decided to start populating a Pinterest page for those interested in following. Though it is sparse at the moment, I suspect it will not take long to snowball into a well-stocked repository.

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  1. Sweet – never had a much of a reason or desire to join Pinterest, but now I finally have one.

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  2. A couple of virgins here, me included. May your seed spread and flourish.

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    • Oh boy

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      • Hey, that wasn’t near as bad as I thought. A virgin no more. 😉

        *looks for a lighter*

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        • Btw, can I use the Joyce Myers one in an upcoming post? It will fit perfectly with the post’s theme.

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          • I found it, didn’t make it. Don’t recall where. Many of these were ones I had saved from FB. I need to go back and see if I can update the pins with “originals”

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            • OK — being newly ‘plucked’, I’m a ‘little’ inexperienced — so not exactly sure how this works.

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              • Pinterest is a strange little world. God only knows where the pictures all originally come from. Some of the memes and infographics have logos and sources right on the picture, but a great many of them do not. Its hard to tell where they originally come from.

                Again, I’m going to look around and see if I can find upline sources for the ones that I had saved from FB before, but they get pinned and repinned so many times that its impossible to find the original source in many cases. I would think that citing Pinterest as a source would be ’nuff said on this kind of thing. However, I always backtrack quotes in my blog articles to make sure that they are indeed from their sources.

                But what I pin on the Pinterest page will be as willy-nilly as any Pinterest boards. Its more for fun and for speed, and not intended as a scholarly dimension to the Jericho effort.

                BTW, a YouTube channel is coming up too… 🙂

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              • YouTube channel? Excellent. Let us know.

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  3. Charity says:

    Joyce Meyer, V? Yuck, there aren’t enough shovels to muddle through the mess that she preaches. Still, John Bevere has her beat. Nothing like getting an outsider to come into your Church to teach congregants to put all their trust in God and spiritual authority.

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    • Charity says:

      Ugh! Was in a hurry when I posted this comment and later realized I put it in the wrong place. Sorry guys.

      Victoria, I can’t wait to read that post! There were several periods of time (while I was a Christian) that I bounced around between Joyce Meyer, T D Jakes and Sid Roth.

      Matt, I really appreciate all that you’ve done here and on other sites as well (The Friendly Atheist and Ex-Christian). The forums/resources that you’ve mentioned here today are fantastic. I still don’t think I’ll get back on Facebook and I have yet to get on Pinterest. However, as a deconvert, I thank you for getting the information out there through various means for agnostics, atheists, deconverts and those considering to leave Christianity.

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      • Charity, my pleasure and duty, as I see it. Thanks so very much.

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      • Thanks Charity. Not sure if you saw the quote I was referring to. It’s very disconcerting when adults are told by filthy rich fear evangelical mongers like Meyer, and others you mentioned (there are SO many), that Satan is after their kids. Gotta keep ’em in fear. That keeps the money flowing. She lives in a 10,000 SF mansion, owns a $10 million Canadair CL-600 Challenger jet, vacation homes, drives around in a $100,000 Mercedes Benz S55 AMG, has a $105,000 Crownline boat, etc.

        Praise the Lord and pass the collection plate. Forget that someone starves to death (mostly children) every 5 seconds. 😦 Anyway, sorry for the OT. Seeing that quote by her set me off.

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