Eddie H. Christ--a Sibling Rivalry Story of Biblical Proportions

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What would Jesus do?
Not funny. Just ask Eddie.

A sneaky religious book cleverly disguised as a comedy.

Cover: "Teaching at the Temple," 1875;
BLOCH, Carl Heinrich, Danish painter, 1834-1890.
Hope Gallery, Salt Lake City; 41" x 24"; Oil on Copper Plate. More

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Words: 129,030
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452491622
About Gerard M. DiLeo

Author of NON-FICTION:

"The Anxious Parent's Guide to Pregnancy," 2002, McGraw-Hill, and now as a 2nd edition--an updated eBook for 2012.

"Ovarian Cysts--the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly," a concise treatise on all aspects of having an ovarian cyst.

Author of FICTION Novels:

"Slider," a psychological thriller exploring the karma of runaway self-indulgence.

"Eddie H. Christ," a sneaky religious book cleverly disguised as a comedy.

"Siren," a mythological horror tale pitting present-day Siren against present-day Harpy in a setting perverted by relativistic gravity, dark matter, and magical realism.

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Review by: Phoebe Lee on July 14, 2010 :
As a Christian, I am sensitive about knowing how difficult it is to draw the fine line between humor and irreverance, but this book does it, and it is great the whole time it does. Very funny, and unlike other fictional books about Jesus, like "Lamb," there's a lot of actual Christianity in it. The silbing rivalry between Eddie and Jesus--Eddie accepting Jesus as his brother--is a wonderful metaphor, on all levels, for accepting Christianity. I predict it will be a favorite teaching tool for persons interested in a real world take on Christianity. Well researched, it also offers a clear look at life under Roman occupation and the absurdities of the age. An excellent read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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