2011-04-03

Tim Minchin on The Good Book, Brains Falling Out and Loving Jesus

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by Neil Godfrey

In a world of book-burning bigots and murderous mobs it’s necessary to come up for some comedy air – – –

The Good Book

If you open your mind too much. . . .

I love Jesus

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0 thoughts on “Tim Minchin on The Good Book, Brains Falling Out and Loving Jesus”

  1. In a world of book-burning bigots and murderous mobs

    If Fareed Zakaria is right, there really weren’t any mobs:

    The senior UN official in Afghanistan said that there was abundant evidence that the killings were not the result of out-of-control mobs but rather deliberate acts of murder by Taliban militia.

    Keep in mind that these protests have been extremely small by Afghan standards – not a single one had more than 100 people at it, according to the U.S. army spokesman.

    So it’s politics as much as religion at work here.

    1. Absolutely. A simple test to see if it is the Moslem religion per se that is to blame for attacks on western targets is to observe that these sorts of attacks were unknown for most of the time Moslems and westerners have been around. The association of these attacks with political and military scenarios is as plain as day.

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