“I thought being a committed Christian meant following the teachings of Jesus rather than standing at the pick-and-mix counter of a sweetshop, only choosing the fizzy snakes.”

Guardian

Source:

The brilliant Jacob Rees-Mogg takedown we all wish we’d written (Poke)

“I thought being a committed Christian meant following the teachings of Jesus rather than standing at the pick-and-mix counter of a sweetshop, only choosing the fizzy snakes.”

https://www.thepoke.co.uk/2017/09/11/brilliant-jacob-rees-mogg-takedown-wish-wed-written/

RECOMMENDED READING

Michele Hanson: Clearly, Jacob Rees-Mogg hasn’t quite got the hang of Christianity (Guardian)

His appearance on Question Time was met with weedy praise for his honesty, but the politician’s sickening views are based on a very selective reading of the religion

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2017/sep/18/clearly-jacob-rees-mogg-hasnt-quite-got-the-hang-of-christianity

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1 Response to “I thought being a committed Christian meant following the teachings of Jesus rather than standing at the pick-and-mix counter of a sweetshop, only choosing the fizzy snakes.”

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