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Dude, Where's My Jesus Fish?: A Compilation Highlighting the Blunt and Uncompromising Teachings of Arten and Pursah on A Course in Miracles Paperback – January 14, 2011
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"What Mikey's done with this book is create a valuable tool for directly accessing Course concepts (as taught by Arten and Pursah) in a topic-based fashion. Additionally, he's added his rather colloquial insights which make this book a light, humorous read, a refreshing change from most Course-related materials."
~ Gary Renard, the best-selling author of The Disappearance of the Universe of the Universe and Your Immortal Reality
"Mikey's straight talk and irreverent, humorous style, in addition to his obvious understanding of A Course in Miracles, make this book a perfect companion to The Disappearance of the Universe. Well done, and giddy-up brother Mikey!"
~ Gene Bogart, Producer and Co-host of the The Gary Renard Podcast
About the Author
Mike posts daily quotes from Gary Renard's The Disappearance of the Universe, Your Immortal Reality, and Love Has Forgotten No One (along with scenic pictures) on his Dude, Where's My Jesus Fish? fan page on Facebook: facebook.com/DWMJF
Mike also posts daily quotes from A Course in Miracles on his J-Dog: The Voice of A Course in Miracles page on Facebook: facebook.com/JDogACIM
For more about Mike, visit his website: giddyupmikey.com/About_Mike.html
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I have read Gary Renard's books and study A Course In Miracles, and those proved a good foundation for "Dude, Where's My Jesus Fish?" This book also serves as a solid introduction to those who are not Course students as of yet.
It may seem odd to think a book about a book about the Book is useful reading. However, I'm at a stage in my study of A Course In Miracles where I needed just that. This book cuts through the fat of explanations (which seasoned Course students may still need theoretically, but they mostly need a booster shot) and gets to the Truths that resonate in all of us.
I highly recommend this book and have completely forgiven Mikey for his alleged groupiness in the first section (LOL, Mikey). Read that part to get a feel for his personality. As you go, you'll find him to be a credible teacher/student who is easily relatable, giving often necessary comedic relief from the deep sighs of relief.
Just read it - you'll be very glad you did!
I want to follow up on my review (I wrote on my iPad, which was quite awkward). This is a fantastic follow up on The Disappearance of the Universe by Gary Renard. First, the book is organized by key points, including forgiveness, love, etc., pulling from various chapters in DU, followed by the author's inclusion of various ACIM passages relevant to the topic at hand to further reinforce the points the masters and Gary make. I especially enjoy the author's spiritual autobiography, as I found much of his experience highly reassuring. One such instance is Mike's aha! moment when he discovered ACIM -- very similar to mine. Some of us (reviewers) have expressed concern about the credibility of the book given that Mike claims to not have "read through" the entire ACIM. Forgive that. Try to consider that the curriculum for individual split minds vary very much, and Mike's curriculum shouldn't negate the credibility of his book. If Mike didn't write this because he "chose" not to read through ACIM, I wouldn't have benefited from this -- indeed, reading it pushed, no propelled, my train of atonement.