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  • Writer's pictureSamuel Jacobs

Pat Robertson: Name the days of the week after Jesus, not false Gods.

Updated: Jun 22, 2020

So Pat doesn't have to invoke other God's names during any particular day of the week, he has devised a plan to rename the days after Jesus.

Since the time of the ancient Greeks, the days of the week have mostly been named after ancient Gods which have now been downgraded to modernity, but we still use their names in the days of the week.

Sunday and Monday are respectively named after the Sun and the Moon. To which Robertson claims that

"We shouldn't be worshipping false idols. They need to be replaced with Jesus references. Sunday shall now be known as JesusDay, because it is the day you go to church." he continued, "The moon shall be replaced with the Star of Bethlehem. So Monday is now called JesusDay."

Tuesday which is named after the God Mars (in French it's Mardi - or Mars Day) shall now be replaced with JesusDay. Wednesday, which is named after the main Norse God Odin (Woden) or colloquially called Hump day, shall be used to invoke the immaculate conception or simply be called JesusDay. Thursday is of course named after the Norse Thunder God Thor, (Thors day) and shall now be hence called, JesusDay. Friday, which is named after Freya, the godess of love, one of the only females named for a day of the week. We shall honor his mother, Mary and call it JesusDay. Saturday, which is named for the god Saturn. He was described as a god of generation, dissolution, plenty, wealth, agriculture, periodic renewal and liberation. Well, so is Jesus, and now it'll be called JesusDay.

When asked how he will differentiate the days of the week from he each other, he exclaimed, "JesusDay, JesusDay. Pudding." then a nurse wiped the drool from his chin and changed his adult diaper.

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