If you're anything like me, you're planning on joining your fellow damned heathens on a rooftop somewhere to watch the souls of the saved as they ascend into heaven. This is expected to be followed by cooking the flesh of wild beasts and a friendly game of canasta, set to the sweet sounds of 1980s Christian entertainment.
In my house, we only had the first season of Superbook, but I have to admit the season 2 theme song is even more awesome than the first. In Season 1, the Superbook (Bible) was capable of traversing time and space by its own holy power. In season 2, Superbook "got programmed and now its computerized" which I can only assume means that the kids teach Mary and Joseph how to create a budget spreadsheet. With ROBOTS.
The Superbook Theme Song From Season 2
As a child of the 80's raised in a strictly protestant home, I learned that the Bible is all about time-travel and robots through the wildly successful Superbook anime series. If your guests are between the ages of 25-35 and went to church every damn Sunday of the year, give Superbook a try.
The Flying House Theme Song
The Flying House was a different show all together, except that it was about a trio of time-travelling kids and a robot (this time named Sir) going back to the ancient Middle East to learn about Jesus and stuff. These kids were also (sometimes) accompanied by their questionable guardian Professor Bumble and his Flying House.
"Nu Thang" - The Michael Clancy Cover
Don't laugh. If you're over the age of 25 and you're planning on attending a rapture viewing party then the chances are pretty great that you were this kid. Have some respect.
"Nu Thang" - D.C. Talk
Thanks to the invasivehelpful parenting advice from groups like Dr. James Dobson's Focus On The Family, this was one of the first tapes I ever owned. Sure, you might be more familiar with the pop-rock sound of Jesus Freak, but true D.C. Talk fans know it's all about their old skool hip hop sound.
"Heaven Bound" - D.C. Talk
You know you just want to listen to D.C. Talk for the rest of the day.
Anything From Kids Praise 5
The Kids Praise serious taught many the true meaning of Hell on Earth.Do you have any horrible Christian-themed music for us to listen to while we get our blasphemy on? Post 'em in the comments!