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What began as a minor dispute between Matthew Ford and Jesus has escalated into a feud that threatens to undermine a Cold War that has existed between Heaven and Hell for two millennia. The question is.what will happen next?
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Overview

What began as a minor dispute between Matthew Ford and Jesus has escalated into a feud that threatens to undermine a Cold War that has existed between Heaven and Hell for two millennia. The question is.what will happen next?
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  • ISBN-13: 9781601451101
  • Publisher: Booklocker.com, Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/4/2007
  • Pages: 396
  • Product dimensions: 0.88 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 8.50 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2008

    The Bastard Child of Monty Python

    For anyone who has seen Terry Gilliam's work or any of the other Python alumni, Anti-Christ: A Satirical End of Days is squarely in that vein: dark satire mocking the establishment and man's place in it. What begins as light-hearted comedy gradually darkens throughout the tale. I think the best part of this entire book is someone finally having the originality to take the Greek mythologic way of thinking and transplanting it onto Christian theology. These angels, cherubs, Jesus, Satan, and God himself are portrayed as flawed, mortal, and with their own agendas surrounding an Existence which for better or worse they really want no part of save in how it can profit them. The book is clearly a rebuke of the Christian Right in this country as well as American politics/policies and the problems of man's ever increasing individuality which can only lead to isolation. It's a fun book, trust me. I might make it sound dry but the writing is top notch. You should give it a go.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2008

    What Christians Need: A Reality Check

    After 8 years of 'Dubya' and the Moral Majority, finding a book like this is a breath of fresh air. I'm not a Christian basher, but seeing anyone poke at their religion is sure to bring a smile to my face. Believe the reviews on this book. It's good!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2007

    Not sure what Shaun is talking about...

    I could understand how Christians would loathe this novel. It really slams religion. Well, it escoriates 'organized' religion. I think this book works best as a symbolic journey of the individual trying to find their own way in reality, various choices having to be made in the face of trying situations in order to not only determine who they are but what their place is in reality. This is a story of growth for a slacker (young college kid) who is forced to mature leading to the destruction of the world (his original mindset where he has no authority) and its resurrection as a reality he not only has a place in but helped to create (hence, maturity). Sure the book bashes Christ but if your skin is so thin that you are attacking it on that principle then it is obvious you didn't get the novel and really should sit down and go over your philosophical underpinnings. If your beliefs are so tenuous you want something destroyed because they challenge them then maybe you don't believe as much as you thought you did.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 18, 2007

    Beyond the Veil!!!

    God in a wheelchair. Angels that belong to a fight club. Hell, the book even has zombies!!! How can you go wrong with zombies!?!?! Ok, so to make a long story short, Matthew Ford gets into a feud with Jesus. Things go crazy leading to the end of the world. This book is wild. If you're Christian I wouldn't suggest buying it unless you have a REAL open mind. It is not very kind to Jesus. But it IS funny. Funnier than most books that deal with religion.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2007

    Better than you'd think

    There is a fine line between farce and simply being absurd, between making a point and clobbering the reader over the head with it. Matthew Moses walks that fine line daringly in Anti-Christ: A Satirical End of Days. There are many in its intended audience who will view it all as a reflection of the renowned mantra from Network, 'I'm mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this any more!' Moses is mad about two things in particular: religion, especially the Roman Catholic Church, and the current state of politics and government. Hysterical in its portrayals of both institutions, there is enough of a kernel of truth to cause both cringe worthy moments within these pages. The book rises above the level of a first novel, highly entertaining¿for those who have tolerance of the material. More important, it will strike a responsive chord with those tired of the increasing dominance of religion in society and its growing role in politics, as well as those who see a political system attuned toward the self-interest of politicians and the powerful rather than helping the average citizen. This is satire and farce that not only portrays the corruption and misuse of societal institutions, but also excoriates those institutions for what they have done to the principles upon which they claim to be based.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2007

    God, are you there? If so, are you laughing as hard as me?

    The author is clearly angry at society. He rips on the church, politics, self-help groups, corporations, and even God! Judging by how screwed up the planet is can you blame him? This is a fun read following a guy's journey through Heaven and back. Not recommended for the fundamentalists.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2007

    So wrong you'll die laughing

    Come on, Mexicans sneaking into Heaven! That alone makes this story funny beyond belief. The book makes fun of everything. It's like South Park on steroids. If you are extremely Christian, sorry. But for everyone else this book puts a funny spin on everything from fat people to politics. Only this book could claim the Catholic Church to be the equivalent of a terrorist organization!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2007

    unfortunate

    Its really unfortunate that Jesus is mocked today when we need more people to take his example. Is it any wonder this world is failing at a astonishing rate. People can blame faith all they want but who do you blame for the corruption in the United States, the most criminal country in the world. I guess secularism doesnt work after all. I blame IT.

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