THIS IS THE BOOK THAT BROKE THE SPACE-TIME CONTINUUM.
"Jonathan Swift meets Richard Dawkins" in this illustrated biblical tale set in the not-too-distant future.
The story depicts three characters, the Creator of the universe and two of His angels, discussing the fate of Earth.
High-resolution images from the Hubble and Spitzer Space Telescopes illustrate this picture book for older readers. However, scientists remain baffled by the text messages related to the book that are appearing on the author’s home monitor, including:
"We find IN HIS IMAGE inconsistent with our understanding of Creation." - JEDP Pentateuch Select Editorial Committee.
"I wish I had written this!" - Aesop
"Unfortunately, the Truth, which the author ably states without ambiguity, is undermined by the simple-minded contention that the finely-detailed color drawings are to be taken for reality. It strains our credulity and mars an otherwise useful little volume." - St. Augustine
"Logically flawless." - Aristotle
"The astronomical observations are of special comfort; but the author should know heresy comes at a price." - Galileo
"Yet another Jesuit education wasted." - Ignatius of Loyola
"A most charming diversion. The author is a fine moralist - and a blockhead for only charging a buck." - Samuel Johnson
"The omission of any reference to Kolob, an astral body of supreme significance in the Cosmos, disqualifies this book and its author from any serious consideration." - Joseph Smith.
"The book is, of course, complete blasphemy. I agree with every word in it." - Mark Twain
"Repent!" - John the Baptist
"Save yourself!" - Jacob Marley