Star Wars: Proof that Evolution is TRUE? #starwars

Of course, this is all in fun, but how many readers out there besides me and my Kansas friend Ben actually can admit to Star Wars being the greatest thing since bread sliced with a light saber?

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Rich Kirkpatrick

Rich Kirkpatrick

Writer, Speaker, and Musician. Rich Kirkpatrick was recently rated #13 of the “Top 75 Religion Bloggers” by Newsmax.com, having also received recognition by Worship Leader Magazine as “Editor’s Choice” for the “Best of the Best” of blogs in 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

25 comments

  1. Wouldn’t bread sliced with a light saber technically be toast? I’m not saying that’s a bad thing, in fact, when you consider the hassles involved in hauling a toaster around with you, and compare that to the convenience of a light saber, you could rightfully argue that the entire evolutionary theme is validated by Star Wars.
    Something to think about this morning over juice and toast…

  2. Wouldn’t bread sliced with a light saber technically be toast? I’m not saying that’s a bad thing, in fact, when you consider the hassles involved in hauling a toaster around with you, and compare that to the convenience of a light saber, you could rightfully argue that the entire evolutionary theme is validated by Star Wars.
    Something to think about this morning over juice and toast…

  3. Wouldn’t bread sliced with a light saber technically be toast? I’m not saying that’s a bad thing, in fact, when you consider the hassles involved in hauling a toaster around with you, and compare that to the convenience of a light saber, you could rightfully argue that the entire evolutionary theme is validated by Star Wars.
    Something to think about this morning over juice and toast…

  4. Wouldn’t bread sliced with a light saber technically be toast? I’m not saying that’s a bad thing, in fact, when you consider the hassles involved in hauling a toaster around with you, and compare that to the convenience of a light saber, you could rightfully argue that the entire evolutionary theme is validated by Star Wars.
    Something to think about this morning over juice and toast…

  5. Wouldn’t bread sliced with a light saber technically be toast? I’m not saying that’s a bad thing, in fact, when you consider the hassles involved in hauling a toaster around with you, and compare that to the convenience of a light saber, you could rightfully argue that the entire evolutionary theme is validated by Star Wars.
    Something to think about this morning over juice and toast…

  6. I just assumed this was Ben’s post when I saw it in my GR.

    1. Ha! Well, I did think of Ben when I saw the t-shirt art. 😉

  7. I just assumed this was Ben’s post when I saw it in my GR.

    1. Ha! Well, I did think of Ben when I saw the t-shirt art. 😉

  8. I just assumed this was Ben’s post when I saw it in my GR.

    1. Ha! Well, I did think of Ben when I saw the t-shirt art. 😉

  9. I just assumed this was Ben’s post when I saw it in my GR.

    1. Ha! Well, I did think of Ben when I saw the t-shirt art. 😉

  10. I just assumed this was Ben’s post when I saw it in my GR.

    1. Ha! Well, I did think of Ben when I saw the t-shirt art. 😉

  11. I especially like the fact that there is no color in all of scientific history until the red light saber.

  12. I especially like the fact that there is no color in all of scientific history until the red light saber.

  13. I especially like the fact that there is no color in all of scientific history until the red light saber.

  14. I especially like the fact that there is no color in all of scientific history until the red light saber.

  15. I especially like the fact that there is no color in all of scientific history until the red light saber.

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