January 3, 2012

One Man Who Atheists and Evangelicals Hate

Stephen Prothero, CNN Belief

New Year’s Eve is usually truce time in the culture wars — a moment to reflect and hope and forget your troubles (and the world’s). Not so on Saturday night, when Cee Lo Green changed the lyrics to John Lennon’s “Imagine” while performing the song on live television in New York’s Time Square.

Instead of “Nothing to kill or die for, and no religion too,” Green sang, “Nothing to kill or die for, and all religion’s true.”

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TAGGED: John Lennon, Cee-Lo Green, Evangelicals, Atheists

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