Thursday, January 08, 2009

errr...


Day of Faith: Personal Quests for a Purpose - 6. Liz Cook from Harvard Hillel on Vimeo.

This is funny--just watch the first 40 seconds.

I found out that this interviewer is Sally Quinn, author of the Washington Post column "On Faith." If it just me, or did Sally very obviously change the topic ("Oh my! Look at the time!") when Rachel asserts that she is a Christian?

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ha ha, that was funny. She is obviously no fan of the Mormons. That was awesome of the little LDS girl in red, waving her hand, and the Jewish dude backing her up. I think he was the most impressed.
ave

yesweareonmars said...

She sounded like it was an odd or weird thing or something. Like a creature and not a human.

Gabriela said...

thanks for posting the interview-I had heard about it but not watched it. I think she did a great job. What a great opportunity to talk openly about religion-I hope I could have been as poised (at 34!)

And that was pretty lame after her describing what Christ meant to her to have that woman say their was only 1 Christian (or was it before?). Either way, pretty insulting.

ProMom said...

This Quinn woman is a jerk! How insulting! She writes on "Faith" and obviously doesn't know the LDS faith.