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Old 08-22-2012, 07:57 PM   #51
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Originally Posted by WT Sharpe View Post
It's a book about how the Hebrew Bible was produced. Yes, I can see the pitfalls of discussing The Bible Unearthed outside of P&R, but if people can take the "Bible as literature" approach that many secular classrooms use, it could work. Despite the dangers, it seems a better choice for a non-fiction month than Sh*t My Dad Says, but that's only my opinion. You know what people say about opinions!
To be honest, there is a lot less risk involved with Sh*t My Dad Says then the Bible or a book about the Bible.

[i}The Sex Lives of Cannibals[/i] is said to be a humor book according to Inkmesh and I don't think it's any more appropriate/no appropriate then Sh*t My Dad Says.

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