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When Brent Spiner has to take on Satan himself in a church service, Jesus Christ shows up to the rescue. He rescues Brent and Gail from Satan, now inside the body of Jesuit leader Zack Knight as the Antichrist.
The battle between Jesus and Satan rages, while Jesus works through Brent Spiner, Gail Chord Schuler and her men to defeat Satan's war against true love. All quotes from Jesus Christ come from transcripts of actual conversations.
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By David Brooks on 08-20-15
the 3 profits led me here
Would you consider the audio edition of Jesus, the Eternal Bridegroom to be better than the print version?
I believe 1 day a story will be written how 3 profits called the drunken peasants led the masses to the profit Gail Chord Schuler and she saved us all from the Jesuit's. praise be to her.
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By Asmodeus on 07-07-15
"We have such exorbitant eyes, that on seeing the smallest arc, we complete the curve, and when the curtain is lifted from the diagram which it seemed to veil, we are vexed to find that no more was drawn, than just the fragment of an arc which we first beheld". This was written by Ralph Waldo Emerson in his essay, "Nominalist and Realist" as a comment on peoples perception of seemingly great people. Emerson was certainly a great person, and an incredible author, but it would seem that this book not only puts the writing of this great man to shame, but also succeeds in refuting this point.
There are no flaws in this book, and, as is demonstrated throughout the remarkable history of Brett Spiner, an equal degree of perfection is present in Gail. The vivid Jesuit rape scenes make Emerson's otherwise astounding eloquence seem gray and shallow. The depth of plot make Emerson's inspiring rhetoric appear as childish as a shit filled diaper. This book cannot be recommended highly enough!
If I were to die now, I will have already experienced more than anyone could possibly hope for and, while I'm not exactly optimistic about the existence of an afterlife, or a heaven, if present, it will surely be a vile, puss-filled sac of tangible inadequacy, (preferable only to being reincarnated as Spot) due solely to the inevitable comparison with the experience of listening to this book.
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