Sunday 16 October 2011


"If Jesus Christ were to come today people would not even crucify him. They would ask him to dinner, and hear what he has to say, and make fun of it" (Thomas Carlyle). Today what would the Guardian or the Economist make of Him?
 ·  · Yesterday at 14:12
    • Paul Wood He would shock by his views on divorce, Hell, his lack of interest in Middle Eastern or any other politics, or in fighting poverty, or in dialogue with other religions. His celibacy would be the subject of ribaldry and innuendo, likewise his dislike of family values or respectability and his predilection for the company of rich crooks. The Church of England hierarchy in particular would find him quite outrageous.
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    • Paul Wood As perhaps would most except the poor and badly educated

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