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  1. Mateo-Argentino says:

    The bible is the word of God. Therefore, it is perfect. How do we know it IS the word of God? because the bible says so, and the bible is perfect…

    repeat until you feel like an idiot

  2. Gelfling says:

    Never noticed it before… Our Savior’s moustache seems to be absent. He needs to switch books with Mo.

  3. Anonym says:

    “bloke” seems an odd choice of term — Jebus must be reading a translation.

  4. nina says:

    sure, the Koran and Bible (pronounced buybull) are perfect in every way, except of course, when they are internally inconsistent or dont suit whatever you need them to in today’s contexts.

  5. dyl says:

    it’s some string theory shit! two different bibles can be true and perfect. Hod on to the time-space continuum.

  6. James says:

    Nothing like a little self-worship to get a guy all worked up over himself!

  7. JohnnieCanuck says:

    James, that would be Jesus you’re talking about. Mo, not so much, in theory. He’s merely the Prophet. Self admiration for sure, but no one is supposed to be worshipping him.

  8. joe says:

    You’d think The Big Guy could have bothered to do something clever in one of his books, like say “This number is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to it’s diameter: 3.14159….. to a thousand digits”
    or “This number characterizes one of the fundamental building blocks of nature: (the mass of the electron to 17 digits)”

    Yet all he does is spout poetry that is extremely characteristic of the period of the scribe. Lazy lout.

  9. James says:

    Johnny, OK, I take your meaning – perhaps I should’ve written “self-appreciation.”

  10. Mr Gronk says:

    I would have thought an obvious conundrum was the idea of allah’s perfect and limitless thoughts being rendered into an imperfect and limited human language. How can the Koran therefore be called “perfect”?
    (I’m sure some muslim theologian could explain this by way of awesome verbal acrobatics, before threatening to sending the boys round if I don’t get it)

  11. zoidberg says:

    Don’t forget everyone – it’s International Blasphemy Day today!

  12. ‘You’d think The Big Guy could have bothered to do something clever in one of his books, like say “This number is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to it’s diameter: 3.14159….. to a thousand digits”’

    No because then we would not have

    drum roll

    Free Will.

  13. Poor Richard says:

    Ophelia: I can has free will? Will wunders neveh seize?

    As a little boy in Sunday school, Poor Richard saw the word for the first time, and to this day he still believes it is pronounced “bibble.” Which begets babble, bobble, and bubble. Hmm. Now watch out, that’s enough right there to start a new religion.

  14. Stephen Turner says:

    I recall reading that Sam Harris has written down a 30-digit number on a piece of paper, hidden somewhere, and challenged people to reveal it using only prayer. That’d be fairly convincing. And of course we could all do the same.

    Another test could be done using one of these nifty Yo-God gadgets. (The link is to a commercial site, but I think J&M readers will like it.) http://www.yo-god.com

  15. GOPI KANTA GHOSH says:

    That is how the word God is created as instrument of Priests to exploit and cheat others….there is no evidence of existence of God…


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