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Biblical stories analyzed with hummor 
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I am blatantly promoting my book ‘Will I See My Grandmother Naked in Heaven?’
The book incorporates humor in the questioning of many of the biblical stories we have had foisted on us. Some readers claimed to have laughed out loud when they read it. (Are a couple of my friends a large enough group to qualify as ‘some’?)
Questions the book takes shots at: Why after the Three Wise Men dropped off gifts did they never follow up on this great gift to mankind? How smart was (wasn’t) Samson to reveal the source of his strength? Can you imagine the unpleasantness of the Ark and did the repopulation of the earth mean the Bible condones incest?
A few cartoons are interspersed throughout the book to add to the readers’ enjoyment and, to drive home the point.
For more information the Amazon link is:
http://www.amazon.com/Will-See-Grandmot ... 1722973013


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Looks like fun, but Lawdy you need to change title of the book! :P


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Thanks for your suggestion. Originally, I considered, "What The Hell Is Heaven Like?" But, there were too many stories that didn't deal with Heaven. Now, I kind of wish I had chosen, "Can Anything Be Funnier Than The Bible?" Alas, it's too late for that.



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That would have been a great title Tomfool. LOL


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Post Re: Biblical stories analyzed with hummor
"Biblical stories analyzed with hummor"

LanDroid meant there is a blatant typo in the title of this thread. :-)


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