They Won’t Take it Literally…

Thanks to The New Yorker:

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(via Outchurched)



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  • Now that’s pretty funny. Nice find….

    Now where’s the one about the Quran?

  • J Myers

    Now where’s the one about the Quran?

    I think the New Amsterdamer ran that one…

  • Now where’s the one about the Quran?

    Who said that one wasn’t about the Quran?

  • Jason

    Aaron: The halo around one of the figure’s heads implies Jesus.

  • Aaron: The halo around one of the figure’s heads implies Jesus.

    But then we have the problem that Jesus didn’t write the Bible, or anything we know of for that matter. And yes I *may* be over thinking a comic.

  • Vincent

    It wouldn’t be Mohammed because Muslims don’t depict him and thus never use the halo imagery.
    But it could be anyone else since the halo was not used by Christians for the first few hundred years but was used by Buddhists and pagan Greeks.

    I over-think everything.

    But as he’s writing, he’s most likely one of the 4 Gospel writers ( or Q )