April 20, 2004

"The Life of an Unbeliever has no Value"

So says a radical Islamic cleric living in London. It always seems Orwellian to me to hear my own religious language (words like "unbeliever," for example) twisted into a use that is so foreign to my own religious context. Double so when two words both get recontextualized, like "corporate evangelism".

Update: Within five minutes of posting this, I found this new article at Wired, an interview with a "director of Windows platform evangelism" at Microsoft on the cabal of Mac-lovers working for the Great Satan of the computer world. (And for those of you who caught it, yes, the irony there was intentional.)


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