Religion Explained

If you have ever had any doubts about what religion you should adopt, help is at hand from the Holy Taco site who produce handy flowcharts to help you make up you mind. I got this one from the delightful Cristine Legare who shared this with me as we giggled through one of the more dry talks at the excellent Religion Explained meeting held over the past couple of days in Bristol.

Which Religion Should You Adopt?

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14 responses to “Religion Explained

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  2. This is hysterical – and I study religions.

    By the way, I’m about halfway through your book and am enjoying it. I appreciate the lack of condescension and your sense of humor.

  3. I was wondering why you were laughing and distracting people while I talked.

  4. But what if I like erotic art on urns? Zeus is suspiciously absent from the flow chart…. If there were any god I would believe in it would be Dionysus. That way it would be my religious right to be blitzed out of my mind 24/7.

  5. Andrew Atkinson

    That flow chart is very funny indeed.

  6. Patrick

    I’m going to fix myself a nice bacon hummus sandwich. I’ll defy the heavens with some outrageous farts.

  7. Hi Bruce,

    I just found your blog, had a good laugh and will momentarily proceed to add “Brucemhood” to my blogroll!

    And, as promised, I just pre-ordered your upcoming book (available by october 7th in Germany)!🙂

    Yours,

    Michael

  8. James Fox

    Being an atheist = no god and bacon!!!

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