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Christianity &Islam &Judaism Thomas on 28 Oct 2009 12:32 am

“God”, by The Economist

God

For one of infinite knowledge, he was strangely careless how he spread what bits of it to whom. To some he dictated the Bible; to Muhammad the Koran. He was much concerned with the diet of Jews. He let Hindus paint him as what, to others, looked like a blue-faced flute-player with an interest in dairy-farming. Each set of believers had its version of what he was like and what he had said. No wonder cynics began to hint that, if believers differed so widely, belief might be a mistake.

One Response to ““God”, by The Economist”

  1. on 30 Oct 2009 at 12:16 am 1.c0y0te said …

    “might be a mistake”??? It IS a mistake.

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