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I did get the sense that he was at times guarded when I first saw it. I'm sure I would find it intensely stressful being on a national show opening myself up to criticism about my deeply felt religious and political issues, — so props to NT.As for Colbert, that interview gave me a new perspective. It has to be quite a task day after day trying to maintain the "comedy" in Comedy Central when having to cover such topics of discussion.
Cathy,Thanks for posting the video, very entertaining, and not in a mind numbing, drool dripping down my chin sort of way. :)I have to say that NT Wright certainly has a very engaging manner about himself.He blew me away with the bit about a "Second phase" of the afterlife though. Now, if NT comes out and says that the heavenly meal will consist of fish & chips at least 3 times a week, we're gonna have to seriously look at this guy. ;)Grace and peace be with you.
gjb, I'm thinking one reason Colbert is so intelligent is because he pays attention to what people are saying. And Chris, I take it you draw the line at two fish and chips meals?
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