Ken's Guide to the Bible

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Blast Books, 1995 - Humor - 143 pages
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The Bible is a thick, imposing, often unreadable, damnedly religious book. Most people don't have the time or the patience even to attempt reading it. But everyone knows they're supposed to know what's in the world's most widely quoted book. To whom can you turn?
Ken Smith, co-author of the best-selling Roadside America books, goes where traditional Bible authorities fear to tread. Ken's Guide to the Bible takes you directly to the Good Book's naughty parts and wastes no time on the stuff you already know. With hammerhead precision and pig-iron wit, this compact volume lays bare all the sex, gore, and lunacy that the Bible has to offer. Read Ken's Guide to the Bible and you'll know more about the Good Book than most televangelists, Christian rockers, and conservative school-board members put together!

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User Review  - Lolotehe - Goodreads

I have lent this out multiple times and had to re-purchase multiple times. May it never go out of print! Read full review

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User Review  - strawberryluna - Goodreads

Definitely entertaining and fairly interesting to learn that many quotes and dictums that I've always believed or been told were "from the Bible" are in fact, not. It's a good time, though there are ... Read full review

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