RELIGIOUS PARODY: Neal Starkman / “Devils at the Door”

This just plain BRILLIANT!

Always Question Authority

As soon as I opened the door and saw the two men standing there, each with a backpack, one holding a book and the other a magazine, I knew I should have ignored the knock. But it was a slow afternoon, so I thought I’d play along.

Of course, based on their age, their clothing, and their general demeanor, I could tell immediately who they were. Who else but scientists would be in their 60s, wear lab coats on a beautiful spring day, and crack nary a smile? I slightly raised my eyebrows, letting them know I was open to their pitch but warning them that my patience was limited.

“Good afternoon, sir,” said one of the men, without smiling. “We’d like to talk to you about something that’s important to all of us – especially these days.”

“And what might that be?” I said, not moving from the doorway.

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9 thoughts on “RELIGIOUS PARODY: Neal Starkman / “Devils at the Door”

  1. “I don’t need your facts when I have faith, and I don’t need your reason when I have reverence!”
    Worth reading. Every single word of it. But as is always the case, the author is preaching to the choir. Those who need to read this, won’t.


    • I laughed all the way through it PT. But you’re right about preaching to the choir. As much as I’d love to “enlighten” some friends and family, I know it would just fall on deaf ears…


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