At this point, several people in the audience stormed out, including a woman with three small children who shouted, "We believe in God!" and left.Teach your children well, lady.
Speaking of Biblical incorrectness, I'm given to understand that "Miss California" (hardly anybody seems to care enough to use her real name) recently defended her studied views on same-sex marriage by claiming they were informed by "Biblical correctness."
"I knew there were secular judges, but I felt I needed to express my passion for the Lord," Ms. Cali said later.
For this unwavering statement of devotion, she was applauded by the Family Values™ contingent, who otherwise remained silent as to the "Biblical correctness" of the spectacle of a nearly completely naked woman* parading salaciously around a stage before millions of teevee viewers (and millions more, thanks to the endless loop now appearing on Uncle Bill O'Reilly's Christmas Factor for Kidz and elsewhere).
Isn't that what they usually call Cafeteria Christianity?
* Not that I'm complaining or anything.