A secret friend of mine, who shall remain nameless, sent me a message the other day on Facebook with a link to the following video. I finally got a chance to watch it earlier today and I have to say, I am still shaking my head in awe. Either this is a brilliant example of Poe's Law, or this is honest to goodness flat-out crazy bible-thumping madness. I was thinking it MUST be a poe (spoof/fake, see below), but after I watched it, I went to the video's page on youtube and the guy posting it is momentumchurch. If he's faking it, he's going all out. I really think he means what he's singing about. Can you say GLORY AMEN!

Really, give yourself a 4 minute break and watch this. You will crack up in pure horror. Even the baby jesus is mortified. But DAMN, his ring and necklace combo is sexy! It makes me HOLY! HALLELUJAH! LOL!

Poe's Law (fundamentalism): "Without a winking smiley or other blatant display of humour, it is impossible to create a parody of fundamentalism that someone won't mistake for the real thing," named after Nathan Poe who formulated it on christianforums.com in 2005. Although it originally referred to creationism, the scope later widened to religious fundamentalism.


  1. Looks like this is for real: http://whiteboydj.com
    I went to school with guys like this. I WAS guys like this! :-D

  2. Wow. Just Wow. I can't imagine how insufferable he must be ALL THE TIME. All for nothing, too.

  3. My first thought would have been that this is some kind of joke, like the Edward Current's videos. But if this is serious, it's very, very bizarre.

  4. How is this not copyright infringement?!?

  5. It's called fair use, copyrights are typically used mostly by corrupt corporations anyways.

    Parodies are very much protected, just like say Weird Al.

    And for parody purposes, this video is pretty good. Hilarious, I like it.

    However... the problem here is that they think they are actually making a good message. The original song is based upon lust, parodying such a strong still contains the original message deeply in mind.

    And then, the song is just a shallow message of judging women only upon their religious nature. And, at that, trying to get with them.

    Still, I like the video as a parody. But if the authors think they are making a serious message... they need to wake up, and quit being hypocrites.