The Last Testament

The Last Testament

Book - 2011
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From the creation of the universe to jeggings, the Lord Almighty has been a pivotal player in nearly all the major decisions of the past 20 epochs. Now for the first time He starts dishing the dirt on all aspects of the universe and the creatures therein, starting with Adam and Steve (you read right) and ending with Snooki. He also addresses hot button topics like prayer in school and evolution; and divulges his 'inside picks' for the next 93 super bowls. Sure to appeal to a broad base of readers, from the most ardent apocalyptist to the most blasphemous Darwinian.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2011.
Edition: 1st Simon & Schuster hardcover ed.
ISBN: 9781451640182
Characteristics: xi, 383 p., [16] p. of plates :,col. ill. ;,24 cm.


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AbigailCurious Jun 28, 2015

Poorly written in an awkward format.

Larry Thomson
Jul 31, 2012

I loved this book and laughed my way through it. With the insights that God shares through amanuensis Javerabaum we gain insights into the problem of good and evil, why God likes animal sacrifice, and how the blast of trumpets brought down the walls of Jericho. God even provides the answer to the chicken/egg precedence mystery. So many questions were cleared up! I’ll be re-reading this one soon.

Jul 04, 2012

This wasn't as funny as I had hoped it would be. Great concept but hard to read a whole book of it. Good twitter stuff though.

bubbazannetti Nov 13, 2011

A waste of time. Why anyone would write something as stupid and difficult to read is what is astounding about this book. Why someone would publish this is a true miracle. If anyone would chance onto a burning bush, don't hesitate to toss this book on it.

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