Just as earnestness is defined by the agreement between surface and interior, the Sacred Girls approach the Christian thematics which they mis/quote with a similar level of piety that sustains belief. SNNG’s modulation of the Christian theology centers around the power of naming. The Christian God enunciates Himself as the Word in the image of the Trinity, thereby linking the (speech) act of naming with creating. His word renders visible the myriad sights that populate the earth; His voice coincides with the created sight. As a well-established, almighty Subject, the Christian God owns the font of originality, buttressed by His scripturally ordained omniscience, omnipotence, and omnipresence. Read against this context, the performative naming employed by the Sacred Girls is strictly an act of re-creation. Their union first registers as a sight – as it were – on the tablet of Nature, before they find words to name it. Their voice articulates the significance of their collective being as sight: their voice reinforces the sight, but it neither precedes nor coincides with the sight. Regarded as marginalized, hence anomalous subjects within the Judeo-Christian, patriarchal structure, the Sacred Girls cannot possibly claim ‘ t h e font of originality’ reserved for the long-standing, authoritative Father. What they can do instead is to intervene, inserting their presence as visual information onto the premises of the powers that be and, by sheer insistence, begin inscribing/naming their own versions of truth in the Holy Book.