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The Sacred Diary of Adrian Plass, on Tour: Age Far Too Much to Be Put on the Front Cover of a Book

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This title presents the journal of 'Sacred Diary's' Adrian Plass which documents the mishaps and successes of his seven-day speaking tour.
Hardcover, 242 pages
Published April 1st 2004 by Zondervan Publishing Company (first published 2004)
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This book follows covers a tour which Adrian makes with his fictional wife Anne, and their son Gerald (now an an ordained minister). Amongst others. It's a local speaking tour in which Adrian - supposedly - writes his diary daily. There are some very amusing moments although we all thought it wasn't as funny as the previous books in the series. On the other hand, there are some very thought-provoking discussions that occur, some of which point out - gently - flaws in some modern evangelical fund...more
OH NO! This book is out of print, which makes it both difficult to find and expensive to buy. DRAT!

BUT!!! I found it on Amazon because I think it may be in print again. Anyway, in true fashion, this is another HILARIOUS wonderful read, and thank God for Gerald. There were not as many laugh out loud (literally) moments in this book, but it was still beyond funny as the reader follows Adrian and co. on his speaking tour. Has Leonard Thynn found love? Anne also has several chances to shine, which a...more
It's OK, and I can't add much more. Not as funny as the original diaries, and the questions and answers concerning faith and the Bible have not really developed over the years. A bit same-old. Or am I just harder to please?
Lynne Burkholder
How does Adrian unearth the ridiculousness of "christianize" without leading his reader to lose faith in the "Body of Christ." His love for the church is keen and yet his sarcasm is rampant! Love this author.
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Adrian Plass is a writer and speaker who has produced over thirty books in the last twenty years. The best known of these is probably The Sacred Diary of Adrian Plass, a gentle satire on the modern church, which has sold hundreds of thousands of copies worldwide. This and other books have travelled to other countries and are translated into a number of foreign languages. Other books include biogra...more
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