Neil Cavuto recognizes that if you want to cause an easy controversy--and easy dollars--then take a swip at Jesus:
You wanna make a quick buck? Take a cheap shot at Jesus.
Just ask Dan Brown. Just ask Madonna. Both have built careers on tearing Jesus down, even as they make outlandish stuff up!
...Jesus, a good man, and for many, a good Savior, is good material for writers who can't bother with the truth. And aging rock stars who can't handle the truth.
In an age we like to shock to score, going after Jesus, gosh, even thinking you "are" Jesus, is the Hail Mary of financial touchdowns.
It gets people talking, and marching, and protesting. But it keeps otherwise insipid movies alive, and pointless careers afloat. They thrive not on the brilliance of their points, but the controversy of their actions.
And as Cavuto rightly reminds us, trashing Jesus is a quick buck but woe to then one who targets Muhammad.