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  1. Judy says:

    And of course ol’ Jebus doesn’t recognize the same truth in himself. Isn’t that always the way?

  2. dd says:

    I once asked a muslim how do you know if mohammed is Allah’s prophet. He said the koran said so. So I asked him:

    If a person named zullah came and said to you that an angel called gabriel appeared on his TV and said to him,

    “There is no god but ballah and zullah is his last prophet”

    you will ask him what is his proof, if for proof he showed you a book “zorak” that he had written himself which he said contained many scientific truths to prove its authenticity and quoted other holey books of dubious parentage that he said foretold him as a prophet, would you not laugh at him and call him a fraud?

    There was no reply….

  3. dd says:

    By the way ballah means male genitals in the language Tamil… and Allah means ‘no’ in Tamil…

  4. dd says:

    Though they didn’t know that, but still there was no reply…

  5. Dick M. says:

    I noticed that the Pope in his new encyclical “Spes Salvi” cites “Catechism of the Catholic church” as his authority in several places. Somewhere, the familiar shape of “circlular argument” begins to form…

  6. JayBee says:

    dd and I don’t think that you should be expecting an answer 😉

  7. Kristian says:

    I was almost expecting Jesus to comment that the proctologist might find Mo’s head.

  8. arensb says:

    Well, someone’s head.

  9. Jormungand says:

    Author, you don’t read Stephen Law’s blog by any chance do you? There’s a debate about this going on there and it seemed rather well timed…

  10. Jaybee says:

    This guy (Benedict XVI) still lives in the dark ages! What a (help me with an adjective)

  11. Jaybee says:

    I was going to say as*ho**
    But jerk is more polite!

  12. Jerrry w. says:

    Muslims don’t feel a need for a visit to a proctologist?

    They must think, as I do, that they along with their Christian brothers are perfect assholes .

    By the way, my spell checker insists that “Christian” must be capitalized.

    Who’s behind that load of crap?

  13. Tom E. says:

    Hey Jerry, ALL religions are proper nouns and should be capitalized. That’s a grammatical rule, not a religious one. Deal with it.


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