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Bacon Sandwiches And Salvation: An A Z Of The Christian Life

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What are the two most important things in the universe? Bacon sandwiches and salvation, according to Adrian Plass. This book combines one-line definitions with more thoughtful pieces and makes you laugh, cry - and reflect.
Paperback, 237 pages
Published 2007 by Authentic
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Andrew
Nov 14, 2012 Andrew rated it really liked it
A humorous take on the various aspects of Christian life, whilst dropping in some very true and serious points.
Wyndy
Aug 30, 2009 Wyndy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book is hilarious. I love British humour and since the author is a retired British magistrate guess what, the humour is British. Also, since the author is a member of the Church of England (Anglican) many of the daffynitions include references to the Anglican Church. But, I think that most readers are familiar enough with Anglican-isms to understand the references. The words are presented in 3 basic methods, a regular definition, a silly definition (many with both) and a real life story tha ...more
Sue
Jan 25, 2008 Sue rated it really liked it
A dictionary of Christianese, with Adrian Plass's unique style of humour, blending the ridiculous with some very thought-provoking anecdotes and comments. Well worth reading - just so long as you're not easily offended by someone poking gentle humour at the church.
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Jul 25, 2011 Bill rated it liked it
Fantastic. Very funny. Comfortable with the many weakneses of Christians! Hilarious in poking fun at church foolishness. Turns dry occasionally in presenting a challenge to the norm. Adrian Plass paints us pretty accurately - he's good for my soul.
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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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