— Reza Aslan (@rezaaslan) December 28, 2013
Stung by my noticing that he thinks Christianity teaches reincarnation, Islamic supremacist Christianity-debunker Reza Aslan is claiming that it was just a typo and slinging his usual invective. Only an imbecile, apparently, would be fool enough to believe that Reza Aslan would be fool enough to believe that Christianity teaches reincarnation.
All right. Would only an imbecile think that Reza Aslan could make an error like that? Let’s look at the record.
Reza Aslan is so marginally literate that he writes “than” for “then”:
Nor are his errors just typographical: he thinks Turkey is the second most populous Muslim country — he is only about 100 million people off. See minute 5:48 in this video:
So is it reasonable to think that the interview in which Reza Aslan refers to “the reincarnation, which Christianity talks about” quoted him correctly, and that he is in fact so imbecilic as to believe that Christianity teaches reincarnation? Why, yes. As of this writing, by the way, although he tweeted about it yesterday afternoon, this “typo” in the interview still has not been corrected: