May 20, 2005

He Will Come Again in Glory to Judge the Living and the Dead, and His Kingdom Will Have No End

Jeremy over at Who Knew? compares the Bill Moyers of yesterday with the Bill Moyers of today. I doubt it "means" much but it's an angle on Moyers I hadn't been aware of.

I'd heard about Moyers's anti-Tomlinson campaign, but I hadn't looked at the essay itself till now. I can't recommend reading the whole thing, but I did enjoy this passage, where Moyers warns his opponents what they may be messing with:

They’ve been after me for years now and I suspect they will be stomping on my grave to make sure I don’t come back from the dead.

I should remind them, however, that one of our boys pulled it off some two thousand years ago -- after the Pharisees, Sadducees and Caesar’s surrogates thought they had shut him up for good.

Posted by Dr. Frank at May 20, 2005 03:13 AM | TrackBack

Moyers' crucifixion will make good television (or is that supposed to have happened already?)

Anyway, thanks for the Link, Doc.

Posted by: Jeremy Brown at May 20, 2005 04:06 AM

I'm approaching the conclusion that there's no left or right, just establishment and anti-establishment -- and that changes with the wind.


Posted by: Wes at May 20, 2005 04:09 PM

Did someone say complex?

Posted by: Chrees at May 21, 2005 12:41 AM

Quite a complex complex.

(I'd rather be a duck-billed platypus)

Posted by: Wes at May 21, 2005 12:47 AM