Top 10 Christian Books As (re)Written By Others [repost]

randomlychad  —  July 9, 2011 — 2 Comments

This post originally appeared on my Blogger blog last Fall. I’m reposting it because it was popular, and it showcases a bit more of my humor than I’ve been displaying of late.

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Top 10 Christian Books as Written by Others

I like lists, you like lists. We, as a species, like to label, categorize, define. So with this in mind, I bring you my list of the “Top 10 Christian Books as Written by Others.” (And, yes, I realize that while books can’t technically be “christian,” because they’re not, well, people, just go with it. That’s a topic for another post. Besides, I’m making a list, yo!). So without further ado, and brought to you the magical elves of the What-If Corporation (in no particular order):
    1. Blue Like Jizz by Ron Jeremy (By the way, if you don’t know who he is, don’t click here. Seriously. Don’t say I didn’t warn you).
So that’s my “What If” list of books. (For the actual books upon which this silly post is based, click on the fictitious titles above–those books are actually worth reading). What’s yours? (Here’s a “bonus book” for you: Velveteen Elvis by Margey Williams Bianco).

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  • Diana~

    I can't believe you did not add "HEAVEN IS FOR REAL" and "SAME KIND OF DIFFERENT THAN ME" to your list!! These are MUST reads!!!!!! powerful and profound!

    • Well, I haven't read those… But good idea! Seems likes I need to do another one of these “book” posts.