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Jesus 'n' Mo 'n' ableism

The latest Jesus and Mo strip, called “Wow,” takes up the issue of whether religion might gain protection against ‘ableism’ were it to be classified as a mental illness (note Mo’s own ableism in the last panel): 80 more words

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Jesus 'n' Mo 'n' Natural theology

Faith versus Fact talks a bit about the topic that the Jesus and Mo author covers in four panels in today’s strip:

Here are some gaps that theologians still use: 72 more words

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Jesus 'n' Mo 'n' those pesky Shia

Today’s Jesus ‘n’ Mo clearly reveals that Mo is a Sunni Muslim. Remember that one of the main distinctions between Sunnis and Shiites is that the former accepted Muhammad’s father-in-law as the rightful head of the faith after the Prophet’s death, while the latter took Ali, Muhammad’s cousin and son-in-law as the Caliph.  57 more words

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Jesus 'n' Mo 'n'

The latest Jesus and Mo strip, “Glad,” is an essay on both Islamic offense and the Charlie Hebdo-critics who cry “Islamophobia.” More on Charlie Hebdo later today.

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Jesus & Mo: Known

by Grania

Jesus and Mo are revisiting the subject of Blasphemy again. Although this is a subject that largely holds no terror for those of us who live in largely secular nations; its victims are inevitably members of minority religions and they pay the price for believing in the wrong god with their blood and their lives. 65 more words

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Jesus & Mo: Believing Moderately

by Grania

To give you some background on today’s cartoon, in the UK, Prime Minister David Cameron has spoken about putting a plan into action to get rid of extremist Islamists. 211 more words

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