Satan's Guide to the Bible - 1 Satan, Hitch and Snikwad Face Their Demons

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Ever wondered what was IN the Bible, but didn’t want to get involved - or perhaps you’re trying to escape? Here’s your Hell-sent opportunity. Satan and his minions Hitch the hobgoblin and Snikwad the sprite, begin at the Beginning and embark on an entertaining, belief-free adventure where they discover that Yahweh the Bible god is not God, and the fiendish new Reformation Hypothesis explains why. More
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Words: 6,840
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310300981
About Stuart Lorde

STUART LORDE-JARDINE is a recovering Christian.
He was born in the prophetically significant year of 1953: the Julian Year 6666. His nativity took place in Northern Ireland on the 8th of June: precisely the 1,321st anniversary of the death of The Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). His father – while perhaps not strictly a carpenter –did undertake woodwork classes at school, and his mother was once a virgin. According to the testimonial evidence of a long-dead maiden aunt, Stuart’s maternal lineage is descended from both the Bruce and Stuart royal families of Scotland. His paternal lineage is of generations of British clergymen and missionaries who carried Bibles and muskets and incurable diseases to unbaptised heathens throughout the Empire and beyond.
Young Stuart’s family migrated to the former penal colonies now known collectively as Australia. There he was educated at, and became staff member of, several universities: specialising in economic history. At one such institution he undertook religion studies. The trauma of the experience convinced him the world desperately needed his Reformation Hypothesis and Satan’s Guide to the Bible – a drive-by tour for the intellectually curious.

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Review by: Kaleesha Williams on Aug. 08, 2014 :
I came across this book on Goodreads and, as a former fundamental christian recently turned atheist, I thought it'd be a fun an interesting approach to the topic of the absurdity of religion and faith. Indeed, it was. I really quite enjoyed this. The descriptions of Satan and his minions in their home were vividly written--actually, as I was telling my husband about it he thought I was describing a movie because I was retelling the colorful scenes I could see in my head. Well done, Mr. Lorde. The information in this was spot-on and cleverly delivered. I found it a to be a refreshing and humorous take on the subject, a great read, and I look forward to reading the next two
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Review by: Matthew Sawyer on June 16, 2014 :
Five stars on principle alone - good show!
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