A reader sent me a link to the following article.
JENNERSTOWN, Pa. — Twenty-five men of the cloth will be vying for a different fabric tomorrow: a checkered flag.
Jennerstown Speedway is holding its first-ever "Faster Pastor" auto race, a novelty featuring area clergy as drivers.
"We expected that five or so members of the clergy would be willing to take part," racetrack general manager Larry Mattingly said. "We ended up having to cut off the number of interested pastors at 25."
In fact, so many clergy members signed up for the race that they’ll have to share cars.
"That shouldn’t be a problem with this group," Mattingly said.
I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. I wonder if there might be different theological driving styles. Some might believe in salvation by race alone. That all is race. They of course would not have a pit stop. The goal of most preaching is to avoid the pit.
No doubt the winner will have won through the InCARnation.
The orthodox will bump people out of the race who don’t stay between the lines. 🙂
Remember…the first shall be last and the last shall be first…..
Sounds like the set up for a good joke. “A priest and a rabbi are sharing a stock car…”