Friday, April 06, 2007

Quotes of the Week

"You are living, dear reader, at a watershed in human history. This is the century during which, after 2,000 years of what has been a pretty bloody marriage, faith and reason must agree to part, citing irreconcilable differences. So block your ears to the cooing voices on Thought for the Day, and choose your side."
(Matthew Parris, Times)

"I simply laugh when I read the Koran, with its endless prohibitions on sex and its corrupt promise of infinite debauchery in the life to come."
(Christopher Hitchens, in his new book God is not Great)

"The Pope used to be in the Hitler youth. He's left all that behind him now. These days he stands on a balcony addressing cheering crowds."
(Nick Doody, Comedian)

reposted from: NSS Newsline 6th April 2007
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