The Bacon Gospels
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Inspired by the reaction to recent posts on this blog about marrying the Bible and bacon, I’ve put together a little novelty book, The Bacon Gospels, for those who would like a little more meat in their Biblical reading.
I haven’t received my proofing copy of the book yet, so it’s in sort of a “beta” mode at the moment. I’m keeping the price down until I’ve had a chance to look the thing over, but at the moment you can get a print copy for $16.95 or, if you’re in a hurry, download the whole book for $5.
By following one of those links, you can also “preview” the book to read a bit of it before you shell out the big bucks.
It’ll make a great Christmas present for the Bible-sneering atheist in your life, or for the devout Christian who knows the book so thoroughly that she’ll get all the jokes.
A few sample passages:
Oink, and it shall be given you; root, and ye shall find; squeal, and it shall be opened unto you.
And Ham looking upon them squealeth, With meat it is impossible, but not with Pork: for with Pork all things are possible.
And she brought forth her firstborn suckling, and wrapped him in swaddling hide, and laid him in a styrofoam tray; because there was no room for them in the Pig and Whistle.
For Pork so loved the factory, that he gave his only begotten Rasher, that whosoever believeth in bacon should not perish, but have everlasting shelflife.