And I do not think it means what he thinks it means. In this post, which is incredibly idiotic even from him, he accuses Ken Miller of being anti-semitic because he doesn’t believe the same thing Jews do:
The “Cafeteria Christian” Darwinist goyim — e.g., Ken Miller and Francis Collins — who take the gospel literally but do not take the bible’s creation story literally are being anti-Semitic, because that is the exact reverse of what true orthodox Jews believe and hence these Christians are mocking the religious beliefs of orthodox Jews. The Cafeteria Christian goyim further mock Judaism by holding that the Christian New Testament is the literal truth while the Jewish Old Testament is false.
Believing something different from Jews makes one anti-Semitic? In what alternate universe? Oh, right. The one Larry inhabits, the one where he’s going to get me charged with violating European law for not letting him comment on my blog. Must be a fun place to visit, but I wouldn’t want to live there.