Rejecting any comparison between civil rights icon Rosa Parks and "Dynasty" star Phil Robertson, Dyson argued that by basing his beliefs in religion he was "making Jesus co-sign all of this bigotry." Religious texts like the Bible shouldn't be taken seriously, Dyson argued, because "there's a lot of interesting things" in them.
Men who profess to love God above all women sound "interestingly homoerotic to people who are outside your religious traditions," Dyson said. "I’m not suggesting it is but I’m suggesting that there are some very interesting, subtle, narrative tensions within the Bible itself and within Christianity beyond that."
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