Jesus ‘n’ Mo ‘n’ the origin of the specious

November 4, 2021 • 8:30 am

The latest Jesus and Mo, called “knows”, arrived late, so I’m putting it up on Thursday. It’s also an old strip—a “resurrection”— but I hadn’t seen it and I doubt you have, either. At any rate, new strips will start again next week.

The last strip is a double entendre, of course, but the devout might say, “God always just was. That’s the definition of God!”

 

7 thoughts on “Jesus ‘n’ Mo ‘n’ the origin of the specious

  1. The barmaid’s argument is deiophobic – it harms someone’s Deeply Held Deiophilia. Ouchies.

    ^^^sardonic/sarcastic

    1. A guy asks a girl for a single entendre.
      She said “are you sure you don’t want a double?”
      He says “OK, go on then.”
      She says “I knew you’d have a big one”.

  2. The ‘I don’t know’ answers work at more than one level. Leaving aside ‘why’ for now, I think the word ‘nothing’ in

    Why is there something rather than nothing?

    needs further clarification. Once we have reified its meaning, we should ask why we should consider its possible existence. So ‘I don’t know’ what the question means. It might be a vacuous question.

    And of course, for some people,

    Why is there God instead of no God?

    is like asking why is there whnngtf instead of no whnngtf.

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