Darryl Hart Appeared in 1985 Music Video

Or so it seems.  It appears that Darryl G. Hart has recently jumped out of the video for a-ha‘s 1985 hit song Take on Me.  He has brought several other recognized theologian-historians from the animated sketch world with him.  They all will be appearing at Christ Reformed Church in Washington DC for Calvin in the Capital Thursdays this fall from October 8 through November 12.

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  1. Ah yes, thank you Bob. I cross-checked my spelling with Webster and with three other people who confirmed my inclinations that it was incorrect. Scott Clark, while spelling it correctly in his post also had the -ol spelling as a tag. After checking Webster again online, I see that you are indeed correct. It was buried in one of the later entries. Thank you for the correction. My cohorts and I obviously missed this on Grammar Girl.

    As far as Darryl’s appearance goes, this is a joke. Hence the “or so it seems.” Darryl (to my knowledge) has not appeared in any a-ha music videos. But he may have appeared in one for Dexy’s Midnight Runners.

  2. It was a necessary evil, most holy and pious one. It was the only place that had a legitimate copy of the video. Perhaps that’s the lesson. Maybe it’s like buying Church Dogmatics thereby lining the pockets of the Barth estate in order to defend the gospel – a necessary evil. I’m grasping at straws here.

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