Loma Linda University Church faces shutdown for not changing baptismal water

Loma Linda University Church
Loma Linda University Church
LOMA LINDA, Calif. — Loma Linda city public health authorities have announced the likely shutdown of Loma Linda University Church after discovering that the baptismal tank water had not been changed in recent history.

City Public Health spokesperson Tirede LaCadena said authorities were alerted to the “dangerous state” of the baptismal pool by a number of recently-baptized members of the church who had expressed fear of “more than just the metaphorical death to sin.”

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LLUC responded to claims by releasing a statement that said the church had merely been trying to be sensitive to ongoing water shortages in California and that “there is no clear theological reason to change the water after every single baptism, provided there is no major debris floating in the pool and water temperatures are raised to appropriate temperatures on baptism Sabbaths.”

LaCadena said that regardless of the “theological murkiness” surrounding the issue, there remained “real public health concerns about humans being dunked in a Petri dish pool of occasionally used water left festering for extended periods of time.”

He added the shutdown of the church would be final unless LLUC took immediate action to address what “could easily turn into a watery grave.”

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  1. Hilarious Clinton

    After the funeral, the man was sobbing uncontrollably because his mother died as an atheist. The man was stricken with grief because his mom would not go to heaven, and would end up in Hell. At a loss for words, the pastor finally blurted out: “Sir, I’m sure you’ll see her again.”

    • John Elvis Bush

      When I was governor of Florida, we created 10,000 new jobs by having homeless guys go around inspecting baptisties. It was hard to tell what smelled worse. We created another 5,000 jobs by placing computers in police departments and counting each computer as half a person. The good part about it was that these “half persons” did not have “half a brain” and did not have to drive to work.

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  3. Richard Mills

    Has anyone ever checked into the condition of the Jordan River during the baptism of Jesus? Here is my solution to the LL baptismal tank dilemma: Empty out the present contents as much as possible. Refill it up again with the NAPA Valley grape juice for the next baptism. Have the pastor or Elder pray that the wine will become water or was it the other way around? Just be glad you ain’t in Flint. Michigan. Don’t be a Namaan!! As Yogie Berra once said, “If I had to do it all over again, I would do it all over again.” Woe iz me!!

  4. Richard Mills

    Just a helpful hint to all of you who reply-don’t quit your day job! Me? What , me worry?
    I appoint myself as “keeper of the flaming baptistries of the NAD”. Woe iz all of you!!

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