Klingons For Christ, submitted by Jackbootedthug. I always wondered which presidential candidate Klingons would endorse, but until such a time as they form a 527 group and attack someone's military career I'll have to settle for their religious endorsements. It looks like the Klingons have let Jesus into their hearts!
Imagine for a moment that a Klingon visiting 24th century Earth, is stopped by a person on a busy street who then asks, "have you accepted Jesus Christ as your savior?" A very puzzled Klingon replies "no", is handed a Bible tract, and sent on his way. This Klingon has read all the ancient texts, and knows all the great deeds of qeyleS (Kahless) the Unforgettable. He knows that there is life after death, great and noble warriors join the honored dead in QI’tu’ (paradise), where their qa’ (spirit) will live in the halls of SIto’vo’qor (Sto-Vo-Kor) with qeyleS forever. He knows that qeyleS will return someday.
I would like to hope that this website is a joke, that someone isn't really trying to combine religion with Star Trek, but knowing the Internet this probably a serious effort to attract Klingon cosplayers to the Holy Trinity.
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