Sex in the Name of God

By Wilfred Knight

Comedy & satire, Religion & spirituality, Psychology & philosophy | Paperback, eBook


After reading the holy scriptures for the first time, the author found this popular guidebook to be quite shocking. From the first nudist colony to the pearly gates there are sexcapades aplenty which are compiled herein for your reading pleasure. There is an angry being who frequently calls people whores, laws about who you can and can’t bang, regulations for penises and vaginas, and how to legally gain a bride by means of rape. Numerous scenarios unfold alongside testimony to the contrary including lessons on monogamy and polygamy, rules against sleeping with men accompanied by blatant accounts of homosexuality, testicle presentation versus dudes without balls, warnings about sexual immorality amid pornographic ramblings, and the importance of a gal’s virginity which increases her pimping value. While these tales are so outrageous they can only be presented in a comedic light, readers are still advised to fasten their chinstraps before digging in.


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After reading the holy scriptures for the first time, the author found this popular guidebook to be quite shocking. From the first nudist colony to the pearly gates there are sexcapades aplenty which are compiled herein for your reading pleasure. There is an angry being who frequently calls people whores, laws about who you can and can’t bang, regulations for penises and vaginas, and how to legally gain a bride by means of rape. Numerous scenarios unfold alongside testimony to the contrary including lessons on monogamy and polygamy, rules against sleeping with men accompanied by blatant accounts of homosexuality, testicle presentation versus dudes without balls, warnings about sexual immorality amid pornographic ramblings, and the importance of a gal’s virginity which increases her pimp...


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Wilfred enjoys writing, dry humor, and sarcasm when used correctly. He is intrigued by the likes of religious scientists, cult members who claim they aren’t brainwashed, and comedians who can joke about politics, race, and gender without ticking off half the audience. In writing Sex in the Name of God, Wilfred tried to refrain from anti-biblical views to keep the subject matter funny, but failed on occasion. As such, Wilfred feels the bible should be viewed more as a historical text and not a current guideline, as there are better lessons to be learned from Aesop’s Fables.


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Wilfred enjoys writing, dry humor, and sarcasm when used correctly. He is intrigued by the likes of religious scientists, cult members who claim they aren’t brainwashed, and comedians who can joke about politics, race, and gender without ticking off half the audience. In writing Sex in the Name of God, Wilfred tried to refrain from anti-biblical views to keep the subject matter funny, but faile...


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