, coined by Nathan Poe on the Christian Forums site, states:
in general, it is hard to tell fake fundamentalism from the real thing, since they both sound equally ridiculous. The law also works in reverse: real fundamentalism can also be indistinguishable from parody fundamentalism.
Cranky Media Guy recently submitted an example: truechristian.com
It contains passages such as:
So God put Adam to sleep and ripped out one of his ribs and behold, we find out that women originate from bones! So men come from dirt and women come from bone. Now that's real science in action and if you disagree you are going to Hell!
My b.s. meter says it's parody, but because of Poe's Law, I'm not totally certain.