Well, here I am again, with a bit of a bug up me arse, so to speak. With ol’ Pastor Chuck’s refusal to actually engage with the longer conversation about the book he talked me into reading in large part, I sort of set aside the book in the interest of not boring myself. I’ll come back to it, but there’s no hurry now, it seems.
But my attention was drawn to another book, Jesus on Trial: A Lawyer Affirms the Truth of the Gospel, penned by David Limbaugh, brother of the galactically reprehensible purveyor of hate and social fuckwittery, Rush Limbaugh.
I guess it was the fact that it’s written by a Limbaugh that made it so tempting. That and the idea that applying the concept of a legal challenge is interesting. My expectations are low, because it’s the same sort of crap that Strobel and McDowell claim for their effusive, yet piddling, efforts – convincing nobody but the religiously insecure who want only to be convinced and not to actually understand.
So we’ll take it chapter by chapter, until I can’t take anymore. We’ll see where it takes us.
Who knows, maybe it’ll make a believer out of me again! Woot!
Watch this space…