It's no secret that modern evangelicalism (which, interestingly, can be anagrammed "meandering small voice" and "anemic legalism vendor") is in a pretty sad state. I've said before that I pity the satirist who tries to make a living keeping up with it. After all, reality is moving so fast that parody can scarcely keep pace. Already we have churches which utilize fog machines during their, um, worship experiences and churches which offer a ministry of aerobics. And today I read a column by constitutional attorney John Whitehead, president of The Rutherford Institute, which mentioned that Joel Osteen's church boasts a café with wireless Internet access and -- this is my favorite part -- 32 video game kiosks.