22 May 2015

All about that coffee, 'bout that coffee (no tea)

by Dan Phillips

It started Monday morning when I checked in through Facebook, and received a witty reply:


That put an idea in my mind, and the rest, as they say... well, you know what they say. For you who don't do Twitter or were doing something else (like ministry), here's highlights — and, like SHST, I'll be adding updates probably until about noon Texas time:

Actually, this does it better:
(To be clear: this Michael Brown, not the Ferguson Michael Brown)
...and finally...
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20 comments:

Tom Chantry said...

I had missed a few of those; thanks!

Robert said...

That is awesome...

Emergent coffee - If you say it's coffee, then who am I to disagree?

lee n. field said...

"This is silly"

Jason Dohm said...

Of the many great entries, my far-and-away favorite: "Sye Ten Bruggencate Coffee: It's good, and you know it." Still chuckling and would like to add, "Stop suppressing your love of it in unrighteousness."

Guymon Hall said...

I'm not on Twitter, but here's a few suggestions:

Emergent Coffee--great blend to sit and have a dialogue over.

-and-

Pyro Coffee--puts hair on your chest!

-and-

Athanasian Arabica Blend--stubbornly great!

-and-

Ezekiel's Famous Roasted Blend--you wouldn't like our roasting method...

triplewhammy said...

Limited Atonement coffee: it truly was finished brewing before you woke up.

triplewhammy said...

Limited Atonement coffee #2: it's brewed only for coffee drinkers

Jeremy Seifert said...

Mega-church Worship Leader - "If you like this coffee, I brewed it myself, you can buy it in the lobby"

Andrea said...

This was such fun to read in its entirety. Thanks for the glimpses you gave us on Facebook, and thank you even more for giving us the whole thing here.

Merrilee Stevenson said...

Got a couple more:

Leaky Cannon coffee: God TOLD me this was good coffee!!!
(Triple exclamation points intentional)

Shane Claiborne coffee: You should feel guilty for being wealthy enough to drink coffee. Repent of your capitalistic ways and give your coffee, hairbrush, and personal hygiene products away to those who need it more than you do.

bill said...

Replacement Coffee: Tea hasn't replaced coffee. It's just that coffee drinking has it's complete fullfillment by drinking tea.

semijohn said...

Hypercalvinist coffee (or, as said in the retro post, hypercaffinated Calvinist coffee): it gets brewed whether you do it or not.

NoLongerBlind said...
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Burrito34 said...

Calvinist coffee...it's an acquired taste.

Burrito34 said...

Calvinist coffee :it's an acquired taste.

PaulR said...

Roman Catholic coffee: The One True Coffee, because our roastmasters can trace their lineage in unbroken succession all the way back to Peter. And also: Tradition!!!

Lutheran coffee: 95 reasons Catholic coffee is wrong.

Curt said...

EPIC!!!!

Jed said...

These were fantastic. Another:

Molinist Coffee: There is a world in which you'd like it.

Michael LaRusch said...

Arminian Coffee: Servetus!

Matthew Babineaux said...

Modern Baptist Coffee: Light and bubbly, but with just enough beans to still call it coffee.