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We live in the first age in the history of the world…

We live in the first age in the history of the world… March 7, 2014

…where blithering historically illiterate people can reject the historical existence Jesus Christ and be widely hailed a bold iconoclastic geniuses by lots of other blithering historically illiterate people.

Instead of, you know, being jeered off the stage as blithering historically illiterate people.

But then again, 1 in 4 Americans don’t know the earth orbits the sun.  However, we do hasve awesome self-esteem and feel really *good* about our ignorance.

For further reading, see Against Hannibal, a little primer on how to read ancient historical sources like a complete dumbbell.

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