The Blasphemy Tour

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Irreverent. Definitely irreverent.

Two Canadian atheists go on a cross-country speaking tour of American Bible Colleges.

The Blasphemy Tour — where philosophy essay meets stand-up. More

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Published by Magenta
Words: 72,300
Language: English
ISBN: 9781926891460
About Jass Richards

Jass Richards has an M.A. in Philosophy and is now a sit-down comic (well, okay, a sprawled-on-the-couch comic). She has received several Ontario Arts Council grants, and one of her theatrical works, Substitute Teacher From Hell, is about to be performed!

Titles:
This Will Not Look Good on My Resume
The Road Trip Dialogues
The Blasphemy Tour
License to Do That
Dogs Just Wanna Have Fun

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Review by: L. K. Killian on Jan. 22, 2013 :
If I were Siskel and Ebert I would give this book Two Thumbs Way Up. I must admit toward the end, I was dragging my feet, like you do when a book is really good and you don't want it to end.

Yes, it is blasphemy toward organized religion but it gives you tons of Bible verses to back up its premises. And besides, it's pure entertainment.

There's a prequel which I recommend you read first. The Road Trip Dialogues.

Ms. Richards is a great writer and has certainly done the homework - for you! And you don’t have to dig out and dust off your Bible. She lays it all out for you.

I only hope there will be a third book.

Linda

Linda
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Alex Bell on July 06, 2012 :
I have mixed feelings about this book.

On the one hand it enabled me to stretch my mind by grappling with alternative points of view, particularly about the relevance and basis for religious belief, and supported my own beliefs in the stupidity of war and of mindless patriotism.

On the other hand the views expressed are selective, not to say bigoted, and express only one point of view. Some of the situations and events described seem unbelievable even for the US. And I think it weakens the case the author presents to use two people who have fried their brains with drugs as the protagonists.

Worst of all, to someone who designs ebooks, is that plonked down in the middle of chapter one there is a several line shill from somebody or other offering his services as a proof reader.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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