My favourite part of your comment is, "So what say ye?" Your head is evidently so far into a book of archaic myths and dogmas that you slipped back into old-fashioned English.

The problem is that if you fall for the literalistic version of an ancient religion, you're liable to fall for any piece of nonsense such as the Qanon conspiracies or Trumpism or all the rest. The problem is that if you only want to talk about one thing, your cherished creed, there's a good chance you don't really know how to think.

"Accept Jesus as Saviour and be done with it," you say. It must feel great to have God willing to overlook your laziness. Such an Americanized deity you have, who's quick to dole out easy answers to the McDonald's crowds that order crap on Amazon because they don't want to leave their couch. A small god for a herd of small minds, no?

My second favourite part of your comment is, "Get real." Yeah, that's good advice coming from a guy who says a man was resurrected from the dead, because he read it in an ancient book.

Knowledge condemns. Art redeems. I learned that as an artistic writer who did a doctorate in philosophy. We should try to see the dark comedy in all things.

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