In article >, Joe Szalai
>Thank God we
>live in a democray and not a theocracy!
The urge to point out the contradiction inherent in this one statement is
almost overwhelming. But then, if Joe wrote it to be consistent with his
stated beliefs, he'd have no one to thank but himself.
"W. BATKAY" > wrote:
> At the risk of luring the anti-Semites out from under their rocks, Joe
> Szalai's crack about "the birth of a boy who grows up to think he's God is
> an everyday event" puts me in mind of an old joke.
> "How do you know that Jesus was Jewish?" "Easy--he lived at home
> until he was 30, he went into his father's business, and his mother thought
> he was God!"
It is not amusing!
I happen to believe that Jesus is God. Does that
make me an antisemite?
Jesus jokes at Christmas on a Hungarian newsgroup?
This is still a public forum. Please respect our creed and customs.
I wish I can wish you a merry something