Still no theologian. Today, Fox & Friends Weekend co-host Clayton Morris got into his usual huff after being critiqued critically. Actually, the thin-skinned chap got even more irate this morning: The silly boy blocked the author from following his Twitter feed after the Carpe Diem article this morning entitled, “Clueless Clayton: Putative Theologian!”
Poor Clayton: Unfortunately for him, the author actually listens to him. Yesterday, Clayton erroneously declared, “In the Bible…it explicitly says, ‘Be stoned if you get divorced.'” He was obviously winging it, and the author called him on it, pointing out that the Scriptural reference (Deuteronomy 22:22) pertained to an adulterer and an adulteress.
Re Clayton’s peevish response to the author’s article: No worries, anything that the author really cares about is what he says on Fox & Friends Weekend. As to his cyber world advice, FNC’s “Kurt the CyberGuy” will do just fine. Or even better.
Clayton, man up! See you tomorrow, I assume, on F&F.