Tim Sullivan. Yeshua’s Dog. (Fantasy and Science Fiction, November/December 2014)

fsf14112In the gospel according to Sullivan, Yeshua was a humble storyteller, not so much a prophet as in it for the profit, whose tales were picked up and grew in the translation and the transmission across the region. And the only miracle around him was related to his loyal, oh so loyal dog, Judas, who would not leave his side.

Now if the Christians had included this in their ‘Bible II: the New Testament’, their religion might be in better shape in the UK, who are a dog-loving nation and might consequently kept faith with the faith. Father, Son, Holy Ghost and Judas The Dog would still be putting bums on pews.

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