Christwire: “The Onion” for Christians?

Christwire.org has become a popular Web site for news and reporting with an ultraconservative Christian slant. And it’s all one big joke. I have to confess I was completely unaware of Christwire until I ran across the New York Times article that outed the identities of Christwire’s founders, Bryan Butvidas and Kirwin Watson

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Christwire: “The Onion” for Christians?

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  1. Mark Kiesslking September 22, 2010
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    After a quick glance, Christwire’s writing is clever at points. I will add this to my favorites – thanks for the link. There are certainly tones that resonate with some of the “editorials” on The Onion. Their reports also take a broader Philosophical/Theological approach compared to Lark News. Overall, I enjoy a laugh that might be at my own expense…keeps one humble…

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