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The Hillbilly Bible: John's Book

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The Hillbilly Bible is the Gospel of John written in southern dialect. It brings out new insights into the loving heart of God and the supreme sacrifice of Jesus. His heart and his humor come shining through in this wonderfully creative paraphrase.
Paperback, 108 pages
Published February 9th 2008 by Stevie Rey
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Cedahlia
Aug 09, 2012 Cedahlia rated it really liked it
Almost exactly what I was expecting from a book with the word hillbilly in the title. It took me back to the southern lit days of "their eyes were watching God" and yes I read all 100 or so Pages out loud and giggled throughout.
This book is light hearted, funny and very true idea of what if Jesus was from the south y'all?
One of my favorite quotes:
"I'm gonna be here shinin' just a little bit longer y'all. Waller in the light while ye can, so's ye won't trip and fall when it gets dark."
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