Ken?s Guide to the Bible is excellent, accurate and easy to read.
For anyone who finds him or herself in the position of justifying their religion, or rudely forcing another to justify theirs, this book is a godsend.
After reading this book I see why I am not a christian because this book points out just a few of the faults the bible has.
This book is an excellent primer for Bible-skewering. Hilarious, to the point, and something that no non-believer should be without. Got an aunt that preaches to you? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ingersoll1969
This brief book summarizes all the craziness, perversions and downright immorality in the old and new testaments and shows you where to find them.Published 6 months ago by Barry Blyveis
I wonder if any of those giving rave reviews to this heresy have ever opened a Bible. I would like to give it zero stars!Published 7 months ago by lady
This is the best honest account of interpreting both the Hebrew and christian bibles. One cannot ever again buy a book filled with more genuine analysis of "the best all-time... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Donald C. Feller
A great and very funny little book that highlights the idiocy of the bible. Recommended for anyone who enjoys a laugh at the expense of religion.Published 12 months ago by Ahbin
For those who needs references and fun. Bible for all, keep an open mind lol ... Good book in general.Published 12 months ago by Fabrice Reynaud
Recently I got into a bit of a Facebook debate with a friend who claims that she "knows a lot about the Bible" and implied that any problems one has with it are based upon... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Erik Olson
My only criticism of the book is that there's no kindle version. Otherwise excellent ^_^ its concise, funny , and accurate. A great hand book to debating bible thumpers.Published 20 months ago by foxmental