In my response to Eric Yoffie’s HuffPost piece, which was just chock-full of silliness, I actually left out two of his more absurd statements:
We know that what we believe about God may be wrong, but we prefer the possibility of false belief to no belief at all.
And then there was his conclusion:
But start somewhere. The search for God is frustrating and difficult, and it is never done. But with God, our lives have meaning and purpose; without God, we are reduced to being no more than a tiny speck in a vast universe.
I’m not the only one who took on his column. Check out today’s edition of “Jesus and Mo,” with a guest appearance by the other Mo, Moses, spoofing the good rabbi: