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Jesus 'n' Mo 'n' metaphorical lattes

Today’s Jesus and Mo pwns both accommodationists like Alain de Botton as well as those Sophisticated Theologians™ who argue that “real” religion doesn’t make truth claims: 28 more words

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Jesus 'n' Mo 'n' (Mo)rality

Today’s Jesus and Mo singles out a new study (reference below), but first the strip:

Indeed!  Well, I suppose Jesus and Mo could simply dismiss the study, which I’m going to examine soon. 348 more words

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Jesus 'n' Mo 'n' the "no true Muslim" fallacy

Today’s Jesus and Mo is particularly relevant in view of our discussions (and the apologists’ denials) about whether ISIS represents “true” Islam.  That denial is bunk, of course: one can make a case that ISIS is one of the… 664 more words

Muslims Behaving Badly

Jesus 'n' Mo, Calvin 'n' Hobbes, and Bonnie 'n' Clyde

This morning we have a fortuitous conjunction of three pairs of individuals—fortuitous because Albatross 2.0 will be done today and I will have little time to post here. 451 more words


Jesus 'n' Mo 'n' missionizing

Today’s Jesus and Mo strip was apparently inspired by a Torygraph piece reporting how Dominic Grieve, MP and “former Attorney General for England and Wales and Advocate General for Northern Ireland”, was kvetching because “aggressive secularism” was pushing religion in Britain “out of the public space” (my emphasis in excerpt below): 390 more words

Freedom From Religion


Another chuckle from the Jesus & Mo archive—the punchline is somewhat telegraphed, but I still laughed out loud.

Life, The Universe…

Jesus 'n' Mo 'n' family values

Today’s Jesus and Mo depicts the convergence of sharia law and right-wing Christianity:

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