Pop-Up Post: Fact or Fiction?

Oddly enough, "50 Shades of Grey" was labeled as "How-To" (Facebook)

Oddly enough, “50 Shades of Grey” was labeled as “How-To” (Facebook)

A funny thing happened to Caleb Kaltenbach of Simi Valley, California on Friday.

The pastor of Discovery Church was shopping at his local Costco—trying to find a gift for his wife—when he made a shocking discovery. There in the sales section were Bibles for only $14.99, but that wasn’t what caught Kaltenbach’s eye.

It was the sticker on the front of each holy book labeling it as “fiction.”

The good pastor immediately photographed one of the Bibles and tweeted it to his congregation with this message: “Costco has Bibles for sale under the genre of fiction… hmmm.”

Floods, plagues, dragons, wizards... fantasy has it all! (Michael J Sullivan)

Floods, plagues, dragons, wizards… fantasy has it all! (Michael J Sullivan)

There was obviously an uproar that shook the Discovery Church to its very foundation and rocked the community surrounding the heathens of Costco. And the company “immediately” issued an apology… immediately the following Wednesday. They admitted their mistake, offered their most sincere regrets and assured the blessed of Simi Valley that the Bibles would be moved to their proper place… in the fantasy section!

I’m kidding… or am I?

Posted on November 20, 2013, in Perspectives and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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