20 thoughts on “Reader Submitted Photo: Disclaimer Statment”

  1. On further thought the disclaimers I remember also included a statement that though they had attempted to review the contents of the book, it was possible that one may have slipped through, and should you encounter one you find objectionable, to inform a member of the church staff about your concern. I know someone who did this, and it was pulled from the shelf.

  2. I find it incredibly funny what the label is slapped on – a children’s DVD. Not some theological treatise. Not some Christian living book. A children’s DVD. (And one put out by Bob Jones at that). Yeah, a lot of “heresy” in that one, I’m sure.

  3. Wow…So that almost doesn’t even make sense. It’s like,
    “Hey, we think this is helpful for you on a spiritual level! However, we still don’t think that a man’s work is spiritually helpful!”

    And somewhat like Stephen, I was expecting, you know. Some fictional piece, or perhaps a theological work. But no…a kid’s movie. Kinda threw me for a loop I’ll say.

  4. Here is my proposal for the SFL blog disclaimer – how can you be a blog that “Fundies Like” without a disclaimer? 😉

    The fact that this reply has been included in the response database of Stuff Fundies Like blog should not be construed as an endorsement of reply’s author, publisher, or associations. It is included because the general content is deemed to be helpful for the blog. Discernment must be exercised in all responses and careful comparison made to the truth of the original post to ensure accuracy of thought. The final arbitrator of this blog is Darrell, not the readers.

  5. “I find it incredibly funny what the label is slapped on – a children’s DVD. Not some theological treatise. Not some Christian living book. A children’s DVD. (And one put out by Bob Jones at that). Yeah, a lot of “heresy” in that one, I’m sure.”

    If a warning sticker belongs anywhere, it’s on a children’s DVD from Bob Jones!

  6. Wait did you check to see if if was on the Bible on the shelf next to it?

    Nothing amused me more at the Bob than finding this slapped inside the cover of every Bible. So which part do we not agree with exactly?

    1. Oh, I find them especially appropriate in hymnals in all seriousness. There is lots of heresy in hymns that if people just focused on what was being said, they would notice. But of course, getting emotionally involved in worship is bad, so best not to think about it.

  7. Shouldn’t that disclaimer read, “the final arbiter” (an arbitrator is a person) “is the Word of God”? Who is doing the “revealing” Sounds to me like they are setting themselves above the Bible.

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