Experts said skinny jeans with too tight of a pant leg can pinch a sensitive nerve in your upper thigh.
One study said skinny jeans have been linked to digestive problems, even blood clots in the legs from all the restriction.
(Source)I realize that this may be shocking. This information may even cause a disturbance in the well-planned Sunday morning (or Saturday night) wardrobe of your seeker-driven pastor. But none of us want to see these men harmed by a pinched thigh nerve or an upset tummy, so I think this is important information to share. If this strikes a particularly cutting blow to your own heart, you may want to consider partnering with me in my new charitable organization: Christians Against Unnecessarily Skinny Pants. CAUSP will be holding its first charity event, a fashion show, later this summer.
Now, before you start fumbling through your closet in a hurried effort to rid yourself of your own unnecessarily skinny pants, please enjoy your week in review (kind of):
- Did Thomas Kinkade really create Christian art? Or did his attempts at portraying "a world without the Fall" actually find him suppressing and even denying the true Light?
- Bait Fishing or Net Fishing? What does it mean to be "fishers of men"?
- In case you needed another reason to keep your kids out of public schools.
- 3D Leadership: John MacArthur once again shares some thoughts on flat screen pastors. How can you shepherd your people if you're only a face on a screen?
- Looks like Ligonier's $5 Friday has some good stuff.
- How to pray for your pastor as he steps into the pulpit.
- Norway is abolishing their national church.
- Ligonier continues their series on general versus special revelation.
- Oh dear! Will the discovery of "The Gospel of Barnabas" dismantle Christianity? Call me crazy, but I think it will take more than one document not even written until the 5th or 6th century (allegedly) to destroy the Truth.
- It will be interesting to watch how Biola responds to this.
- "Gay Christianity" refuted. You need to listen to this presentation by James White.
- A Bridge Too Far: