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    God Hates You, Hate Him Back: Making Sense of the Bible (Paperback) By (author) C. J. Werleman


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    Description"This book absolutely crucifies the argument for a benevolent creator. What's more, it uses the creationist's most-cited source to do it." - dailyatheist.net God Hates You, Hate Him Back makes the ultimate case for the claim that the God of the Bible is the most wicked character in the pages of history. With a wit as dry as a martini, and the cross examination techniques of a seasoned lawyer, CJ Werleman lays out all sixty-six chapters of the Bible to present an irrefutable argument that indeed God hates us all. If you have never read or never fully understood The Bible because of it's lifeless 16th century King's English then you will do no better than this unique, comedic, 21st century summary of the greatest story ever sold, or in Werleman's own words 'never read'. God Hates You, Hate Him Back provides you with an arsenal of Biblical facts, stories, mythology and assertions to ensure you victory in your next religious debate.

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    William Holdsworth Before you next get into an argument with a Bible follower, get this book. It comprehensively shows that those who quote the Bible favourably haven't really read it. Werleman has read it from cover to cover and, with a good dose of both acid humour and skepticism, systematically demolished the myths that surround the benevolent big guy in the sky. And to emphasise the point, he finishes each chapter with a body count. As the capricious acts are examined, the contradictions mount up and the historical fictions are exposed, God looks less and less like an omnipotent benefactor of all mankind and more like a petulant, narcissistic, biased bully. Good thing he doesn't really exist. by William Holdsworth

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