|CHAPTER 11 Beloved friends in Harry!
2 I greet you this way knowing full well that aa lot of you have a lot invested in this Judeo-Christian thing,
3 And that maybe you thing you can't be Harriers and Judaeo-Christians too,
4 Which means only that you do not yet fully understand the Way of Harry,
5 And are making things harder for yourselves,
6 When they could be really easy instead.
7 bFor there is, within each of you, a Harrier,
8 cHog-tied by outmoded notions of guilt and sin,
9 And it is dmy solemn mission to set your Harriers free.
CHAPTER 21 eFor example, it has been rumored that many of you believe Harry to be the Antichrist,
2 Because he doesn't say too much about loving thy neighbor,
3 fOr any of the other stuff you'd expect him to say if he were one of the good guys,
4 And I'll even admit that I too once thought of him that way,
5 Because gI have always been a pretty devout Judeo-Christian myself,
6 hBut the truth is that Harry is not the Antichrist,
||7 And you shouldn't be so worried about it.
CHAPTER 31 In the first place,
2 iHarry is just a mortal man,
3 Just like everybody else,
4 Except for you women, of course,
5 Who are also like everybody else,
6 Because you're not immortal or divine, are you?
7 Well, neither is Harry,
8 Which means that if he were the Antichrist, he'd be up against a loaded deck,
9 Because how could one mortal man stand a chance against a god,
10 Or even a son of a god?
11 I mean, does any one of you seriously think that jBatman would stand a chance against kSuperman?
12 Well, there you go.
CHAPTER 41 In the second place,
2 lWhat Harry had to say isn't really all that different from what Christ had to say,
3 Especially when you consider that they're about two thousand years apart timewise,
4 And were living in pretty different social environments.
5 For example, I don't mean any offense to those of you who are more Judeo than Christian,