Thursday, September 09, 2010

Steven Harris Art 2/6

Come on, Crossley, West and co., own up cos you know it is true: here is an accurate portrayal of the effect of N.T. Wright's scholarship on historical scepticism:



At 9/09/2010 3:15 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brilliant, and very true. Hence their ire.

At 9/09/2010 3:34 AM, Blogger Edwardtbabinski said...

God, the author of language himself, couldn't write a book of history and instructions that were unmistakably clear (and also ensure that plenty of corroborating historical evidence survived) as to leave no question in anyone's mind as to the veracity of said stories and clarity of said instructions and truth of His book above all other works ever composed? Seems like a small task for an infinite God to do something like that. Too bad He didn't.

But of course inspired books have been in vogue since the Vedas. As well as numerous books advocating different interpretations of those books.

At 9/09/2010 7:04 AM, Blogger Michael Barber said...

Looks like something I saw on Napoleon Dynamite! : )

At 9/09/2010 3:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

No, no. If you look at the detail carefully, it is clearly symbolic of such types losing the will to live after reading billions of pages on HJ and then reading something on dead saints rising.

James C aka Brian Sewell (actually, that's even more disturbing)


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