Have you really walked around your local Christian bookstore lately? What are they selling that really offers anything with nutritional value? Well, you say, they do sell Bibles. Ok, let‚Äôs take a look at the Bible isle.
The American Patriot‚Äôs Bible, complete with stories showing how a ‚Äúlight from above‚ÄĚ shaped our nation.
A straw-man argument ("Today you might have trouble finding a Bible that is just a Bible with no Christian celebrity endorsement" - I have no trouble at all finding hardback pew Bibles and so on - he's seeing what he wants to see), but the title of the article is funny, although I imagine very few people will "get it" because it's a riff on an album title by the band Genesis.
Classic- "I stopped shopping at the local Christian and Catholic (note‚Ä¶.two different stores) for one reason: Neither promoted Jesus‚Äô number one teaching which is to ‚Äúlove one another.‚ÄĚ The local Christian bookstore refused to sell anything Catholic (ie: crucifixes, rosaries, religious medals, Catholic bibles) because ‚ÄúCatholics aren‚Äôt Christians.‚ÄĚ"
If I could sell the Gospel for say only a buck each, I'd have it made. But wait, the Christian bookstore beat me to it with their Gospel schlock.