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Oct 26, 2023Liked by Shalom Auslander

Knocking it out of the park one posting after another!

(Sorry… postseason baseball has corrupted my airwaves)

I am totally oriented toward waiting for your next one(s), like a houseplant leaning toward the sunny window

Thank you

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You know I agree with you

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Few things are making me laugh right now so thank you for this!!

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This should be a public service message. 👏🏼

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Lol...and next episode we see Lots incestuous romp to save humanity!

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spot on, it's about time someone elucidated the actual import of the bible.

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Wow this is my intro to this substack- not knowing anything about the author or whatnot - this is an inspiring piece :)

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Not quite sure what to say about this except watch it.

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Good one! Love the animation at the end - simple and effective, like South Park

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Well, you've caught my attention. I, too, don't want to take a side. Don't want to get involved. Ever in anything .... I'm exhausted. But, here we sit, on the outskirts of society that used to /seem to/ make sense, watching nearly everything pull apart at the worried seams. One camp irons themselves to traditions and tropes; one camp deconstructs and destroys with glee the sacrosanct. And the thoughtful? They're watching both sides, and wondering, and making funny things. Thanks for being thoughtful. And funny.

I'll tune in. I may even pay (agh!) to engage with post-3 vids. Tried to post this on your first post page but since I haven't yet paid, that page said no posting. So, hello!)

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Our imaginary friends. Sigh

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You got this God; no more rage and murder. Hugs and prayers!

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Short and sweet and to the point, just like the last one. A mark of true brilliance, it seems odd that no-one else has done this.

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Love this!!! Dispells any belief in God as a benevolent God.

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It's a weird book. A spiritual Grimm's Fairy Tales. The Gnostic belief is that this God of the earth is the demiurge, a god of the world, who is lower than the real God. And the demiurge Bible god has similar characteristics to the capricious, sadistic Greek gods. A big book of mythological events that people think were real. Duh. Let's give humanity a big Duh.

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