Christian Women Enraged by Spoof Story Saying They are Naked

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Monday, 22 January 2007

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The love of Jesus keeps women from their nakedness

Right thinking Christian women of high moral standards in this country are outraged by the story by Buck E. Filbert of the Spoof Magazine that contends that they are naked underneath their clothing.

Frieda Morgenstern of the Lutheran Woman for Purity, Chastity, and Monogamy of Muncie, Wisconson has taken it upon herself to lead a moral crusade against Filbert. "We will not stand for this. The true Christian woman is never naked. Adam and Eve were naked, and it was a sin before God."

"A true Christian woman clothes herself with the love of her Lord, Jesus Christ, don't you know. She covers herself with his bonds of charity and grace and is a virtuous pillar of dignity and decency."

"To say that a Christian woman is naked is an outrage. Maybe those Godless moslem women are naked. Maybe those Indian women with the dots on their forehead or those buddhist women who pray to the fat statue are naked, but no true Disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ is ever naked underneath her clothing."

When asked how she would pursue her moral crusade against Buck E. Filbert, Morgenstern said that she intended to "bring the cleansing fire of the Lord down on Godless California and all of their gay, liberal, hedonistic lifestyles. If God does not burn them off the map, he'll have to apologize to Soddom and Gomorrah."

Buck E. Filbert could not be reached for comment, as he was running around L.A., chasing Britney Spears and trying to get another picture of her without her panties.

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