Christ in the Ganges: A Satire for Our Time
Author: Robert M. Kay
Publisher: America Star Books
Release Date: November 20, 2004
What's the dumbest thing God has ever done? When God wrote the Bible, he omitted the name of his black friend, the contractor, who did all the heavy lifting during the Creation. But this wasn't God's biggest mistake by a long shot. There's a lot about God you don't know. For example, did you know God has an heir, his grandson, handsome Gaza Jake? And what about Jesus' promise? It's been two thousand years. Where in the hell is he, anyway? Christ in the Ganges is a satirical romp, poking fun at both Eastern and Western theologies. In our time, when organized systems of belief have divided the world into enemy camps, pitting faith against faith, creating little more than jealousy, paranoia, chaos and death, a light-hearted jab at all we hold sacred may be the best remedy for taking ourselves too seriously.