Beam Me Up, Jesus: A Heathen's Guide to the Rapture #2019

Beam Me Up, Jesus: A Heathen's Guide to the Rapture Jim Gerard Beam Me Up Jesus A Heathen s Guide to the Rapture The wildly funny response to the Left Behind series Beam Me Up Jesus will help the reader navigate their way through born again America with tips on how to avoid being Left Behind how to protect o

  • Title: Beam Me Up, Jesus: A Heathen's Guide to the Rapture
  • Author: Jim Gerard
  • ISBN: 9781568583273
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Paperback
  • Beam Me Up, Jesus: A Heathen's Guide to the Rapture Jim Gerard The wildly funny response to the Left Behind series, Beam Me Up, Jesus will help the reader navigate their way through born again America, with tips on how to avoid being Left Behind, how to protect oneself against demonic locusts, and how to find a guide to class action suits and post Rapture therapy.
    Beam Me Up, Jesus: A Heathen's Guide to the Rapture Jim Gerard

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    One thought on “Beam Me Up, Jesus: A Heathen's Guide to the Rapture”

    1. Deliciously irreverent Of course, you don t have to work too hard to make the Book of Revelation seem ridiculous, nor the people who revere it

    2. I should have read the description of the author Jim Gerrard is a and up comic Thsi book is really hafl smart, half stupid jokes and all bad Many times, a paragraph will start out serious and I think I m going to learn something but then he it turns into a bad joke F rinstance, To Boil down Revelation, it s God going postal on the unrepentant and an awful wicked beast ruling the whole world while flipping God the bird And all of the jokes are bad At least all of the jokes in the first two chapte [...]

    3. Funny Pretty politically charged, which is too bad because the book will end up dated in just a few years time Granted, he pokes fun at liberals and conservatives fairly equally There are a lot of pop culture jabs some which I really didn t get All in all, I laughed a lot There were several parts I skipped beacuse the jokes were beat to death though I don t know much about what others think of Rapture and I learned that people are stupider than I thought Just when I think this world is full of i [...]

    4. What the believers think is going to happen to us after the Rapture First he goes through a history of the Rapture It wasn t in the original text, John thought it up later in commentary Then he goes through what might happen and how funny it will be when pilots see naked people just floating up to heaven while the pilot is trying to navigate a plane.

    5. I was hoping to read something funny and cynical Instead, the author was seriously angry, barely containing his bitterness with Christianity Poking fun at religion, I m cool with Shameless prejudice not so cool Hell, I m not even Christian.

    6. I mostly just scanned this rather than reading it Mostly not all that funny, but a few laugh out loud moments I just love it when someone points out the idiocy of certain religious beliefs that people haven t examined carefully.

    7. this book started out with some potential then got stupid he tried to hard to be funny and the whole thing was just dumb i chuckled at a couple of parts, but for the most part i was just waiting for the book to be over thoroughly disappointing.

    8. It was amusing in a cheeky way If you are a devout Christian you won t like it Read it with a grain of salt of course After I was halfway through I was over it though, it was just of the same.

    9. This book showed a lot of promise It was fascinating, but at times I feel like the author got carried away with some kind of hokey creative comedy writing Plus, despite not being religious, I kind of felt wicked reading it It is informative and amusing, but I wouldn t rush out and buy it.

    10. This was pretty hilarious but I think I missed out on some pop culture political references Still totally worth reading, though.

    11. Funny and enlightening All the things the church forgets to mention However, the humor gets old toward the end.

    12. This book can be humorous, but ends up corny the majority of the time and unfortunately, uninformative The first few pages are the best part of this book.

    13. This book can be humorous, but ends up corny the majority of the time and unfortunately, uninformative The first few pages are the best part of this book.

    14. Not a read from cover to cover type of book, of a skim through Very, very funny though, just gets a bit monotonous.

    15. Just a silly book but it had me laughing out loud in the first 3 pages The majority of the book was stupid beyond ridiculous I borrowed it from Kathy.

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