I’m currently reading “Ricky Gervais presents The World of Karl Pilkington”. The book is basically the transcribed conversations between Ricky Gervais and Steve Merchant. You could probably find the podcasts of these conversations on the net.

Anyway, here’s an extract from the book, 

“A lot of people are still reading the De Vinci Code. I don’t think I could read that as I aint really read the Bible yet and I think that the De Vinci Code is the next in the series.”

 And in a completely different conversation:

Karl: I’m just saying there seems to be a lot of doubling up. If I was Noah I would have gone, ‘Hang on a minute, I’ve just seen something that looks a bit like this.’ Let it drown and have a clear out. But he didn’t – he was messing about saving everything.

Steve: He was instructed by God to save everything, to be fair to him.

Karl: Yeah, but if he’s been given that job, for me, he’s sort of manager of that job.

Ricky: So you believe Noah happened as well? And he built a boat big enough to cater for two of every species? You actually believe that as fact, do you?

Karl: Well, it’s in book form.

Ricky: Brilliant.

Karl Pilkington’s views on Noah and the Bible

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