This week sees the second instalment in my Ludicrous Religious Books series. Here are 10 more ludicrous religious-themed books. I have added pithy/fictitious comments below each.
Do you ever feel embarrassed by something, even though you are not responsible for it in any way, shape or form.
Finally, I was getting so tired of specialised approaches to exorcism.
Cat: ‘Meow! Meow! Purr, purr…’
Person: ‘That’s God speaking. Sssh, let me listen.’
Cat: ‘Hiss! Meow! meow … Hiss! hiss! MEOW!’
Person: ‘YES! I was right all along — God just said polygamy is virtuous.’
Sex in the Afterlife — that is just way a fancy way of saying necrophilia.
And the winner of the most offensive book title is…
Penned by religious humorist Nick Page, The Tabloid Bible parodies the sensationalist nature of tabloid newspapers.
This creationist title teaches children that dinosaurs were roaming The Earth with the rest of us pre-flood. Note evolutionary-defier Tracker John riding on his pet dinosaur DJ.
Penned by M. L. Brown — Reverend and masturbation connoisseur.
Dr John R. Rice’s fire and brimstone sermon is directed at bossy wives, women preachers and women with bobbed hair.
Reason 1: If you are a Christian aspiring to be admitted to a mental health facility, then tongues…
Reason 2: Having an additional language on your CV is no bad thing.
There will be a final instalment in a few weeks time.
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