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Take a deep breath with an open mind and read the whole book. JAH answers many questions that we all have had during our lives, past and present. Warning! If you start to judge JAH for who is or is not, remember this. Everyone thought Noah was nuts when building the ARK, until it was too late. God Bless to all and especially JAH !!
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This book, originally copyrighted in the mid-1980s and available free elsewhere on the Internet, purports to be the only true way for humanity to save itself from the wrath of God that sent "hellfire and brimstone" to demolish the ancient cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. It actually weaves together the Christian Bible, the Muslim Koran and (unbelievably) words, concepts and themes from the Star Wars movies (example: JEDI actually means JEsus DIciple according to the author) into a work of purported "nonfiction" that is arranged into short verses to read like Biblical scripture.
In my view, the religious beliefs and ideas proposed by this book are so eccentric and astonishingly weird that it's hard to regard them in any way but a bizarre stab at (unfunny) humor, though that's clearly not the intent of the author.
The centerpiece around which the rest of the book's ideas revolve is the author's extremely strong anti-gay sentiment (he calls gays "queers" in this book of "holy scripture").
If one is interested in fringe religious cults and their beliefs, then this book might be interesting. Although it's hard to imagine anyone reading it and taking it seriously, I'm sure that there are some people who do so.