Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Maradonian Church.

Iglesia Maradoniana (Maradonian Church) was created by fans of the retired Argentine football player Diego Maradona, who they believe to be the best player of all time. They now reportedly count over 100,000 members from more than 60 countries around the world.

Supporters of the Maradonian Church count the years since Maradona's birth in 1960. It is popular among the followers of this religion to use the neo-Tetragrammaton D10S as one of the names of Maradona: D10S is a portmanteau word which fuses 10, Maradona's shirt number, and Dios, the Spanish word for God.

(via Son Cosas Mías!)
Maradonian Church

Monday, June 16, 2008

The Church of the Latter-Day Dude.

The slowest-growing religion in the world is Dudeism. An ancient philosophy that preaches non-preachiness, practices as little as possible, and above all, uh...lost my train of thought there. Anyway, if you'd like to find peace on earth and goodwill, man, The Church of the Latter-Day Dude will help you get started. Right after a little nap.

(via Eclecticity)
The Church of the Latter-Day Dude

Saturday, May 24, 2008

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personalized greetings

The Church of Beaver Cleaver.

A modern evolutionary synthesis of religious and political thought as imbodied in Ward Cleaver and the interpersonal relationships of the Cleaver household. The Eternal Triad made up of Wally, Beaver and Eddie. The Supreme Duo made up of Ward and June.
The Church of Beaver Cleaver

Saturday, March 29, 2008

The First Church of Evolution.

The First Church of Evolution recognizes the writings of Charles Darwin as sacred among those who believe they have descended from ape like creatures. The Church believes it is their responsibility to fabricate transitional fossils or make fakes like Lucy.
The First Church of Evolution

Saturday, January 26, 2008

The Jedi Church.

The Jedi Church is dedicated to the doctrines of the Jedi force religion. The Jedi religion believes there is one all powerful force that binds all things in the universe together, and accepts all races and species from all over the universe as potential members of the religion.

The Jedi Church has no official doctrine. The church recognizes that all people have an innate knowledge of what is right and wrong, and the Jedi Church celebrates this like no other religion.
The Jedi Church