Dr. David Sills is the Funniest Professor in the History of Professors

Seriously, if Dr. Sills weren’t such an amazing missiology prof and Communicator of the Vision for Missions, I would strongly suggest that he take his show on the road. There’s a facebook group dedicated to “Dr. Sills-isms,” which I just discovered and which reminded me of how funny he is — a fast talker with a deep-South accent who sometimes forgets how to speak English and starts lecturing in Spanish before he catches himself and says, “Como se dice…”

A sampling of the quotes:

“You’re a missionary–go mish.”

“Smoke ’em if you got ’em.”

“. . .the coolest thing since night baseball”

“Does God speak to us through email? Rarely.”

“I’m so low on the food chain that I have to watch out for Nemo.”

“As they say in Mississippi, that’s a lot of sugar for a nickel.”

“Journeything…”

“You just need to rock on.”

“A little more to the right and you’re a fundy fundy fundamentalist.”

“There’s more than one way to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.”

“That’s the long way around the barn to say…”

“The reason that smells like smoke is because of where it comes from…”

“Billy the Graham”

“16 million Baptists and you can’t find half with a search warrant.”

“Where they spit the grass never grows again”

“They will steal your socks without even taking your shoes off…that’s just the way they are.”

“It’s like communism, it only works on paper.”

“Mouth-breathing redneck from Cutoff, Louisiana.”

“That’s the Reader’s Digest Condensed version.”

“I have an overdeveloped sense of mercy. I was even pulling for O.J.”

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