I love the Wittenburg Door, the only Christian satire magazine.
Only thing is, because I've lived out of the U.S. for so long, there's a lot of satire I don't get.
But that Christians are a constant source of good satire is clear and pretty funny in and of itself.
This issue helps young Christian men pick up girls in a spritually wholesome way.
I wish I was young enough to try it.
Pick-up lines range from beginner-level, such as the favorite, "Do you want to start a Bible study with me?" to professional-grade, "In Koine Greek you would be known as babelios-dynimo. I've studied the ancient language for three years just to be able to tell you that truth with confidence." (Do not attempt this line unless you have actually studied Koine Greek.)
"Can I have your number? God told me that if I have faith when I ask I shall receive." (Matt. 6:7)
"Miss, I believe that if you were to count your ribs you'd find you have one of mine." (Gen. 2:21-23)
"Excuse me? Would you hold my hand as I pray? I believe that so long as you're standing with me, God will grant me anything I ask." (Matt. 18:20)