I am the author of Jesus Cries When You Touch Yourself. It is a comic monologue written in tribute to the late George Carlin on the topic of religious bullshit in America. The fundamental idea behind the monologue is that authors such as Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens are largely wasting their breath arguing with religious types over their tenants of belief. Instead, I tour the landscape of ridiculous beliefs in America and then proceed with mockery and ridicule. In my own words, “We stand at a pivotal point in the history of how we publicly treat fantastical religious ideas, and I think America is ready for a book like this. Well, at least some of us are. The rest are apeshit for Jesus.”
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Jesus Cries When You Touch Yourself
Jesus Cries When You Touch Yourself is a comic monologue written in tribute to the late George Carlin on the topic of religious bullshit in America. Influenced by Carlin, Friedrich Nietzsche, Bill Maher, Monty Python, and the writers of South Park, the author uses constant mockery and absurdist humor on a tour of ridiculous beliefs in America.