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Sometimes, we fall in love on mission trips even though we know we’ll break up when we get back. Sometimes, you have to shot block a friend’s prayer because she’s asking God to bless an obviously bad dating relationship. Sometimes, you think, “I wish I had a t-shirt that said ‘I direct deposit my tithe’ so people wouldn’t judge me.”
Sometimes, the stuff that comes with faith is funny. This is that stuff.
Jonathan Acuff’s Stuff Christians Like is your field guide to all things Christian. You’ll learn the culinary magic of the crock-pot. Think you’ve got a Metro worship leader—use Acuff’s checklist. Want to avoid a prayer handholding faux pas? Acuff has you covered.
Like a satirical grenade, Acuff brings us the humor and honesty that galvanized more than a million online readers from more than 200 countries in a new portable version. Welcome to the funny side of faith.
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Dana Bee says:
Against my better judgement, I began downloading this in a fit of low blood sugar. I will not even finish and am so glad it was free. If you like feeling a little better than everyone else, love sarcasm, and can tolerate the derogatory sexual slang "suck" you may just love this book. I am under 40, and still baffled by the fast paced reading and flippant attitude. Harsh, sarcastic, low... Read more
Michael Bliss says:
Last month, the free book was The Cost of Discipleship by Dietrich Bonhoeffer. This month it's Stuff Christians Like by Jonathan Acuff. What a contrast. I just listened to the sample and that told me all that I need to know about this book.... We live in a time when Christians are considered strange and somewhat of an embarrassment by our culture. We do need to be able to laugh at ourselves s... Read more
Roberta Beeson says:
I am enjoying this book. Overall, I think it's an excellent indictment of Christian culture using humor to get past the walls of defense and get Christians to pause and reflect. Several times I have found myself laughing, then turning around to reflect on something the laughter and the Spirit brought up in my heart. Will it offend some? Yes. Does it treat lightly many of the cultural, religio... Read more