Tonight, the lead story on Baptistpress.com reads: "John Whitehead is aching to take the National Football League to court but can't find a church willing to take on the influential pro football colossus. "You go to any bar on Super Bowl Sunday and they'll be showing the game on their [big screen] TVs," the president of The Rutherford Institute said. The conservative nonprofit legal organization represented Fall Creek Baptist Church last February in its legal tussle with the NFL. "They want to restrict it to a 55-inch screen, which in a big church you'd need binoculars to see," Whitehead said. "It's designed to prevent churches and groups like that from doing this. If churches en masse wanted to do this, they could get the law changed."" LINK I pray that the reason this joker can't find a church to take up his cause is because too many churches have wised up to this kind of wordly junk. Sadly, considering the sad state of popular evangelical "christianity" I must doubt that is the case, but I pray it is. Since when did showing the Superbowl become a mission of the church? The answer, of course, is that it has not! Churches should not change their service schedule in anyway so that people can watch a ballgame during worship time. If people want to watch a ballgame instead of worship the Lord, let them stay home. Such an article shows how shallow Baptistpress has become. Maybe I should start visiting the United Methodist Church's newsite and learn about diversity or something. I'm sorry but this stuff makes my blood go bubble, bubble :BangHead: .