As fans mourn the loss of iconic comic Norm Macdonald, who died on Tuesday at the age of 61 after a 9-year cancer battle, a tweet he sent on Halloween day (and Reformation Day) in 2017 is getting some renewed attention.
"Scripture. Faith. Grace. Christ, Glory of God," he wrote. "Smart man says nothing is a miracle. I say everything is."
Fans have been sharing this message in the wake of Macdonald's passing, with some outlets noting that the comic had openly described himself as a Christian.
Another Macdonald quote that is getting some attention came in 2015 when he was a judge on "Last Comic Standing."
After fellow judge Roseanne Barr praised a comedian's joke about the Bible as brave, Macdonald noted that he was less-than-amused.
"I disagree. I don't think the Bible joke was brave at all," he said. “I think if you’re gonna take on an entire religion you should maybe know what you’re talking about."
Read Faithwire to see more about Macdonald's proclamations on faith.
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