Just to clear up a possible issue in “I’m God and You’re Not” that might be misinterpreted.
At the beginning of Chapter II-Creation, footnote 7 discusses what God actually finds an obscene word to be. In it, some derogatory terms used to describe certain ethnic groups are repeated for illustrative purposes. The author wishes to assure the reader that he purposely used three different groups that make up his own ancestry, as he felt it was wrong to use ethnic slurs used against others. On the whole, he agrees with God’s take on this.
In researching ”I’m God and You’re Not”, I came across and read a number of the books mentioned in this article. They are fascinating reading, and give you an excellent insight into the various religious ideas and stories that were circulating in both the Jewish and Catholic religious communities of the times.
I am pleased to tell you all that finally, at long last, the first draft of “I’m God and You’re Not” is finished!!
Look for more news on this in 2018!
The first two excerpts from “I’m God and You’re Not’ have been added to the web site under “The Book”
The book uses satire and may use strong language at times.
If you do not have a sense of humor or find such offensive, it is suggested that you do not read this material