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Hilarious. But don't read it if you're an evangelical with thin skin.Published 12 months ago by Chris D. Dunaway
This is pretty funny because it's so accurate! My daughter and son in law go to one of these type of churches, so I did get a bit of a giggle. Read morePublished 13 months ago by CORGILISA
Its always good to read something that has some semi serious content but presented in a humorous fashion. Read morePublished 14 months ago by rob532
this is one of the most hilarious books i've read. i am an evangelical myself and this guy has to be to be able to write like he does. Read morePublished 16 months ago by donald staub
As a person raised in the evangelical community this was hilarious! The material is 5 stars worthy but the book could use some editing and spell checking. Fun read!Published 16 months ago by Happy Cuxtomer
Fast shipment and like new - has simple explainations and examples of practical social situations in church life and anyone can understandPublished 22 months ago by J. Sheffer
It was just ok, mildly amusing at times, but frequently the jokes got very old and overdone. Sometimes even satire gets stretched a little too thin.Published on May 25, 2013 by Frank A. Darby
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The book is a bit crass and irreverent in ways but that's part of what makes it so funny and refreshing. Read more
This is a great book for many Christians, who are otherwise too smart to be sucked into the "Evangelical World", which usually consists of Southern Baptist, Assembly of God, and... Read morePublished on August 7, 2009 by J. D. Stewart
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First of all, let me admit that I haven't read the book yet, although I regularly read the Lark News and so I believe I know the type of content the book contains. Having said that, remember that Jesus was toughest on the "religious" people who had wandered away from the essence of... Read More
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