Notes for week 2/13/12
- Poll confirms strong sense of faith in S.C.
- Air Force unit removes ‘God’ from logo; lawmakers warn of ‘dangerous precedent’
- Shaul Spitzer, Hasidic Man Admits Burning Neighbor In New York Religious Dispute
- Google and Disney are Not Getting Better!
- Miracle Soap claims lead to £25,000 fine for religious TV channel
- Second ‘sunken UFO’ claim doesn’t really hold water
- The raw milk controversy: Where “natural” means “may contain harmful bacteria”
- Madonna’s NFL Satanic Ritual disguised in the Half Time Show.
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Clips: Jesus camp, The Simpsons, Ghostbusters, Madonna ` “Like a Prayer”
10 comments on Episode 34: Thomas vs. the Bible
Just started listening to the podcasts and am really, really enjoying them. I followed link re Madonna (just wanted to see photo’s). I had a bit of look round at http://hollywoodilluminati.com/. Is this site for real do you know ? My first thoughts were it was a copy of “The Onion”. Then I started thinking sadly that perhaps it isn’t. Pierre – Canberra, Australia
Thomas was fantastic, very funny. I found his podcast after you mentioned it last week, and I’m loving it.
And the metaphor behind Lot’s wife turning into a pillar of salt? The same thing that’s behind many of the Bible’s stories: Do what we fucking say.
Rob — agreed! All metaphors in the mediocre book amount to the same message — “Obey or suffer the consequences.” Simple, and easy to digest 🙂
Thomas reminds me so much of Norm MacDonald.
I’ve been listening to his show and I was thinking exactly the same thing! Even his laugh is very similar to Norm MacDonald.
I listened to about 45 minutes of the show… and I had to stop.
I felt an overwhelming urge to go out into the countryside and lick the underside of a cow.
I have a small objection regarding raw milk. While I don’t put any credence in the anecdotal evidence that some lactose intolerant people can drink raw milk, that’s not the only reason people buy raw milk.
I buy raw milk because I think it tastes FAR better than pasteurized milk. I think if you are careful that your source is meticulous both in isolating sick cows and in hygenicly processing/shipping, then raw milk can be safe. It also helps out your local dairy and costs far less to transport than a pasteurized agglomeration of milk from hundreds of herds combined by a bulk processor and likely shipped over long distances.
Thanks for letting me say my two cents worth!
A great episode indeed. Agreed, Thomas sounds like Norm McDonald – in voice, timing, and delivery.
It was nice to hear him throw out some F-bombs himself…
Erm, just starting to listen to the show. But had to respond to Steve. before pasteurization, up to 25 percent of those who drank raw milk got sick from it.
Beer and wine were the only reliable sources to drink from. Pasteurization changed all that. Not sure why people want to turn back time.
I love how I discover new podcast. I found Ardent Atheist which mentioned The Broadly Focused Podcast which in turn mentioned your podcast and you mentioned Thomas and the Bible….and now here I am