Goldblog reader Mike Schilling writes, in reference to the Liberian warlord Charles Taylor's apparent embrace of Judaism:

If you read the Foreign Policy article to the end, it's OK:

   "Q. Does that mean he has rejected Christianity then? Because that's quite a radical departure.

   A. No, no, no he hasn't rejected Christianity. He has always been a Christian. He just decided    to become a Jew. He wants to follow the two religions."

So he's actually a Jew for Jesus.  They can have him.

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