Daniel Rigby (2 stars)

A ragbag of facial gymnastics and titbits about ghosts

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This article is from 2010.

Daniel Rigby

The life of a born-again Christian who lapsed back into the world of reason sounds like the stuff that Fringe epics are made from. But after a solid beginning, Rigby’s Afterbirth dips badly, with not even the little baby Jesus capable of resurrecting the show. There’s one nice joke about religion and censorship but the hour could have done with giving us more about the context and the trajectory of his conversion(s), but is ultimately just a ragbag of facial gymnastics and titbits about ghosts, Noah and the Alpha Course.

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This article is from 2010.

Daniel Rigby: Afterbirth

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At the age of 19 Daniel Rigby was converted to Christianity. After being stood up by Jesus every Sunday for two years he dumped him. This is the post-natal confession of a lapsed Born-Again. 'Happy is the man that findeth wisdom, and getteth understanding' (Proverbs 3:13). 'Brilliant... the sort of find that makes you…

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