“If the Blessed Virgin Mary was going to appear in a field in Alabama, and Nick Saban was going to appear, who do you think would draw the most people?” he said.
That’s a question asked in a rather astounding, as in an I-can’t-believe-they-went-there sort of way, Birmingham News article about God, Nick Saban and Facebook by one Stephen Jones, senior pastor at Birmingham’s Southside Baptist Church. Jones is a 1977 Auburn graduate, by the way.
(h/t Chris Low)
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Lost in all this is the fact that the numbers are for the state, not the fanbase. Clearly, Auburn fans refuse to believe in a God who would let Alabama win yet another national championship.
Waste of ink and paper.
Personally, I can’t wait for the painting showing the extended hand and index finger of Bear Bryant reaching out to touch the extended hand and index finger of Nick Saban. I’m sure a copy will be available on black velvet from a roadside art show from the back of a pickup near those of you who live in Alabama soon, however.
i need to remember to be alone when i see these posts. the artist’s rendering produced guffaw heard throughout the building.