Ultimate Frisbee, for those of you who are so unfortunate as to have never played it, is a variation on a game of American football played with a Frisbee disc. The object is to pass the disc forward, backward, or sideways down the field and into the end zone for a touchdown. The catch is that when you have the disc you cannot move. If the disc touches the ground, the other team immediately takes possession. Because of this game's versatility, ease of play, and relative safety, it is extremely popular with many colleges and youth programs. It is the "official sport" of TeenPact. However, I found out the hard way on Memorial Day evening that Ultimate is not really a no-contact sport. At least it isn't when you are:
- Playing at night
- With a Disc Golf disc instead of an Ultimate Frisbee
- On wet grass
- On a small field
- With 11-year-old girls who don't know how to throw a Frisbee
Despite my aching head, I will be making a few more posts in the near future. They will tackle such tough subjects and questions as:
- Do angels "live" in time or eternity?
- Why this unscientific rebuttal is really quite absurd and depressing.
- The Final Solution to the illegal immigration problem - you?
- The discussion over my last post.
One thought to leave you with. So many high-level theologians are saying today that "The Gospel needs to be more relevant to the culture today." This is patently absurd. But hey! I'll give you the benefit of the doubt. Here's relevant:
In Him, David S. MacMillan III