Does God Get Diarrhea?: Flushing 4,000 Years Of Lies, Myths, And Fairy Tales Down The Toilet
In a world where religion is traditionally free from ridicule, out comes a book that clearly steps over the line and smashes the protective veil that surrounds all of the lies, myths, and fairy tales. McGaffer wastes no time in hammering religion with logic, crude humor, and blatant disrespect. Does God Get Diarrhea demonstrates the extreme absurdity of Christianity by tearing apart the Bible's asinine claims, critiquing the miracles of Christ, and exposing God as a hateful, bloodthirsty, mass murderer. Not for the faint of heart, this book definitely doesn't beat around the burning bush when it comes to tolerating barbaric ideals and primitive creation theories. Does God Get Diarrhea delivers what many non-believers have been too fearful to say for thousands of years with a huge twist of robust humor. The title itself is enough to raise the eyebrows of even the most liberal minded individuals and is guaranteed to offend almost everyone. Laugh your way through this book as you discover the gruesome reality of religion, the serious damage it has caused to our society, and the grim fate of a superstitious planet. Warning: This book contains graphic content, foul language, and reason. All of which can be hazardous to your health. "Disgusting...an intolerant and insensitive rant unsuitable for anyone." - Reverend J.A. David, Pentecostal Minister "Pure filth and toilet humor. McGaffer has a complete lack of respect for religion." - Joseph F., Christian Author and Pastor "McGaffer will be first in line to have his head sliced off on Judgment Day, and I can't think of anyone more deserving." - Mark L., Christian Extremist "Horribly offensive...this book should be banned from shelves." - Mary P., Sunday School Teacher
By T. Sparrow "Tara" - February 13, 2010
This book is filled with so much common sense that it is ridiculous. Not only is this book a fun and easy read but it speaks so simply as to make Christians just seem dumb. Being a former "born again Christian" I look back and wonder how I ever believed that hocus pocus. Thank you McGaffer for putting such truths into print.
Fun toilet humor
By Carl W Privett - December 7, 2010
I purchased this book knowing it would be full of toilet humor and it proved to be the case. A very funny trip through many of the absurdities of the bible. His spin was new, his commentary unabashed, and his style tenacious. I almost felt sad for the bible as it is so easy to pick on and his treatment almost rose to the level of kicking someone when they are down. But no need to be sad, the bible was written by bronze age goat herders so there really is no expectation of it to be perfect or even generally accurate. We have learned much since then. Read the book and have some fun.
Christianity gets a kick in the nards.
By John S. Johnson "Chinajohn" - January 28, 2010
Addendum: Okay all you nay sayers, I have finally read the book from cover to cover, which was no small feat given that the book is not sold in the country where I live, and I still uphold my original five star review.
This book is not for everyone, but you know who you are. It would be quite accurate to call this book an angry atheist rant. If you are someone who is constantly upset and frustrated by the religious nutts that you find all around you, this book will strike a harmonious chord. If you want to pull your hair out every time you encounter an injustice caused by stupid religious people, you will find a kindred spirit in Odin Zeus McGaffer. Finally finding someone who understands your atheistic frustrations will bring the peace that passeth understanding.
However, if you have any sympathy towards Christianity at all, stay away from this book - it will only make you angry. Ridicule and bathroom humor are used freely in reference to Christianity... read more
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