We need to keep domesticating religion. It’s such an unpredictable beast.
—James K. Morrow
[…] as Kurt Vonnegut pointed out […] the literary novel has become extraordinarily privatistic of late. It’s as if the big issues (Does God exist? from whence springs decency? what sort of species is Homo...
Manichean dualism is the single worst idea people ever came up with — this notion that you can divide humankind into the children of light and the children of darkness.
If there is a god, I think he has a sense of humour. He does not require human beings to protect him from satire.
The next time somebody announces that he plans to get Medieval on your ass, tell him you’re going to get Renaissance on his gonads.
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