The One-Donkey Solution: A Satire [NOOK Book]

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A Harvard professor, an evangelical preacher, a self-described Rabbi, a German dominatrix, and the proprietor of a Scottish donkey refuge walk into bar...

The End Times dominate their discussion. Agreeing that Christianity, Judaism, and
Islam are all true religions, and recognizing that each faith prophesies a Messiah riding on a donkey, ...
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The One-Donkey Solution: A Satire

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Overview

A Harvard professor, an evangelical preacher, a self-described Rabbi, a German dominatrix, and the proprietor of a Scottish donkey refuge walk into bar...

The End Times dominate their discussion. Agreeing that Christianity, Judaism, and
Islam are all true religions, and recognizing that each faith prophesies a Messiah riding on a donkey, they debate two scenarios:
The three-donkey solution'"one donkey per Savior with the three racing to see who can get to Jerusalem fi rst.
Or the one-donkey solution'"the true Messiah being the one whose devotees can corral the immortal messianic donkey that has previously borne Abraham, Moses,
Jesus, and Muhammad.
Eight years elapse. The donkey genome is decoded. American evangelicals and Iran's messianic President Ahmadinejad deploy secret agents to lay hands on the sacred donkey as identifi ed by its DNA.
The reader follows Toots, the feisty daughter of the refuge owner, and her boyfriend
Fritz, a student of the dominatrix, as they seek to escape from these nefarious groups.
Israeli intelligence and a sweet and devout CIA agent come to realize that the DNA
search can be circumvented by getting hold of Fritz, who has actually encountered,
and conversed with, the one true messianic donkey: Ya'fur. And then there is Ya'fur's evil brother Ufair.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781462000135
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/20/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 436 KB

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