Just a reminder to those involved already, or to those who want to be involved (all are invited, including those of a more theistic bent), that in two weeks the second book in the Nonbelieving Literati Book Discussion will be ummm….discussed. The book of the moment is Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal, by Christopher Moore. Just click on the book over there in my right hand column, near the bottom, for an Amazon description.
Lamb will (hopefully) be offered up for mastication to all who read, perhaps roasted, perhaps skewered, perhaps chewed and spit out raw. The more the merrier. The requirement, however, is to read it and post an essay on or after November 1, 2007, on your own blog, or if you don’t have a blog, on anyone else’s as a comment.
When we invite all, we mean all. If you are a Christian, Hindu, Wiccan, Buddhist or of any other persuasion, and have read the book, or haven’t (see, we’re not particular, though it might be helpful if you read it) and have something to say about it, we would really love to see your participation. Reading, fiction, and discussion have neither religious nor non-religious boundaries.