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Where’s your messiah now? Blogging.


 

Scott Feschuk is off today. Please extend a warm welcome to our guest blogger: Jesus Christ.


 
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Where’s your messiah now? Blogging.

  1. Scott Feschuk’s attempt to represent Jesus in his blog display is void of moral standard, arrogant and repulsive.
    I believe editor Andrew Coyne owes sincere appology to Protestants and Catholics allike for allowing these dreamt up comments, against the heart and soul of Christian religious beliefs, to be aired in Macleans.
    If any such comments were addressed to the Muslim’s prophet Mohammed I guarantee that there would be a huge uproar against Macleans magazine for allowing this defaming gibberish to see he light of day in this magazine.
    As for Feschuk, surely you must be able to better harnesh your wild imaginations when portraying the heart and soull of religious matters so many hold dear.You owe all Christendom a sincere appology.

    Gertie Pool. Abbotsford, BC.

  2. I thought this was just a very funny piece, but I’m starting to realise it’s actually vital to crush these intolerant idiots like ants.

  3. I was deeply offended by the Maclean’s article by Scott Feschuk. I happened to pick up the magazine while in a waiting room on the 27th of December. This is still within the octave of Christmas when we celebrate the most important moment in the history of the world- our God coming into the world to save us. What I read made me feel like I had been kicked in the stomach. I think that Mr. Feschuk and all those people who considered this article to be funny, need to take a moment to think of who they are insulting. It really doesn’t matter that I am offended, but it does matter that Mr. Feschuk is insulting the God who made him and keeps him in existance.

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