The section done by Jack Nicholson was especially wonderful. He makes two comments on religion which I'd like to share with you:
* I envy people of faith. I'm incapable of believing in anything supernatural. So far, at least. Not that I wouldn't like to. I mean, I want to believe. I do pray. I pray to something...up there. I have a God sense. It's not religious so much as superstitious. It's part of being human, I guess.
* Do unto others: How much deeper into religion do we really need to go?
Isn't that joyful? Faith among the faithless...or faithly unspecified.
It is interesting for me to hear the supersitious reference. It's a continued point to me that many Christians have a tendency to condemn the supernatural or label it a work of the Devil. It's a rather silly notion really as the concept of God fits within the definition of supernatural phenomena.
Don't you find it so?