:-) McChristian Drama


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Cashier:
Cha-Ching.... Welcolme to McChristian. May I take your order please?
Good Works:
I want a christianity, where I can make a difference. You know, where my actions play apart in changing the world. I want to be a kind of Mother Theresa Jr.
Cashier:
It sounds like you need our good works list. Would you like regular or deluxe?
Good Works:
What's the difference?
Cashier:
The regular includes the 40 hour famine and membership of Amnesty international (including the bonus letter writing kit). Our deluxe includes an M2 prostet pack, registration on the bone marrow transplant list, plus a suck you dry option at your local blood blank,
Good Works:
Well... The bone marrow transplant stuff just sounds a bit much. I think I'll stick with the regular.
Cashier:
Will that be all?
Good Works:
Yes Thanks.
Cashier:
Hands over cash register receipt and bag labelled regular good works kit.
Oh sorry, I forgot your 40 hour famine books.
Cashier:
Cha-Ching... Welcome to McChristian. May I take your order please?
Doctrine:
I want a set of black and white guidelines describing exactly what is right and wrong. I want correct theology. To know what I believe in and what I don't. I want the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
Cashier:
Would you like today's special offer? Eleven commandments for the price of ten or how about the boxed set of Calvin's institutes.
Doctrine:
Calvin... err... Yes, I'll take it.
Cashier:
Hands over a few books
Cha-Ching... Welcome to McChristian. May I take your order please?
Warm-fuzzy:
Yeah, I'm not sure what you call it but I've been a bit depressed lately and so I'm looking for a Christianity to make me feel good. You know something once a week to recharge me. Don't want to do much, I'm just looking for that inner peace.
Cashier:
Oh! You want the warm-fuzzy christian.
Warm-fuzzy:
Yeah, just a recharge once a week. The sort of thing where I radiate love and peace to everyone.
Cashier:
Would you like a side order of gooiness or how about a group hug?
Warm-fuzzy:
Yes that sounds really positive. I'd like that.
Cashier:
Have a nice day. Hands over a smiley badge.
(Looking towards the audience) Cha-Ching... Welcolme to McChristian. May I take your order please?
Lights off

This document copyright (c) 1995 by Mathew Pole. Reproduction and/or distribution for non-commercial purposes is permissible providing that the drama is left fully intact. Permission is given to modify the drama for personal use, under the condition that the changes are not redistributed. Please send additions or corrections to Mathew and Paulyn Pole (mathew.paulyn@iname.com)
Last changed: Saturday 12 August 1995