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Trouble in Paradise: or When God Got Really Mad

Trouble in Paradise or When God Got Really Mad Things are not going so good in Heaven God has been away for a couple of thousand years busying Himself creating billions of galaxies and son Jesus has been left to handle the goings on down on Eart

  • Title: Trouble in Paradise: or When God Got Really Mad
  • Author: Alan Hughes
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Things are not going so good in Heaven God has been away for a couple of thousand years, busying Himself creating billions of galaxies, and son Jesus has been left to handle the goings on down on Earth Unfortunately it hasn t gone too well The humans have messed everything up Big time Jesus is in a state of despair God returns, finally, to discover His human experimeThings are not going so good in Heaven God has been away for a couple of thousand years, busying Himself creating billions of galaxies, and son Jesus has been left to handle the goings on down on Earth Unfortunately it hasn t gone too well The humans have messed everything up Big time Jesus is in a state of despair God returns, finally, to discover His human experiment has fallen apart To top it all He finds a motley bunch of protesters outside the Pearly Gates demanding His head And everyone waits, with bated breath, to see what The Almighty is going to do about it.

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    1. A funny tongue and cheek short read, that might offend some but you would really want to take a chill pill if that's how you perceive this book. Irreverent and taking a few pot shots at conventional Christian teaching for sure, put that's largely the point. This is a clever book and it is very well constructed. I liked the writers logic and how he has gone through in some detail, despite the shortness of this one, a lot of Church teachings and unravelled the logic or lack thereof within. Of cour [...]


    2. God had been away for 2000 years building galaxies, meanwhile humans had been up to all sorts of things on Earth. There are even protestors outside the pearly gates.When God returns he’s determined to punish the human race and sends Jesus down to Earth to implement Armageddon.This is an irreverent story about Christianity, told cleverly and with gentle humour. There are little touches that will make you smile, such as Jesus reading an M & S catalogue to get the right image for his return t [...]


    3. Writing humour, as I’ve said before is difficult, but with the right tone the author can get away with a lot, and on different levels. I was delighted to find that this book was not only funny, but was written with an eye for detail in the writing which impressed me.I tried to imagine how this story could have evolved. I created my own scenario. You’re out for a few drinks with a couple of friends who are not necessarily writers. It’s half-way through the evening and you’ve all reached t [...]


    4. I read this based on the fabulous reviews but was unsure whether I'd like a book with a religious theme. I was pleasantly surprised to find it to be a hilarious take on religion and Man's interpretation of it. God comes home after 2000 years to find out what's been going on in his absence and quite rightly he is not happy! For all that this could be deemed a risqué subject for a humorous book, it's written tongue in cheek and is far from offensive in my opinion.I loved how the characters had be [...]


    5. I was sent a review copy of this to read, and simply couldn't put it down! I love the author's wry tongue-in-cheek style and the way he manages to get quite a few serious points across by using dark humour. It reminded me a little of Andy Hamilton's radio comedy 'Old Harry's Game' - poking fun at the Almighty with a mostly gentle and persuasive wit. Alan Hughes is clearly someone who has plenty to say about the political as well as the spiritual confusion of those of us managing somehow to keep [...]


    6. WARNING - Do not read this book in public places as it is likely to induce bouts of laughter that people nearby might find distressing.The humour in this book really did appeal to me.So, what is the book about? It is a short (62 pages) well-written look at modern day heaven. God has been away for two thousand years, leaving Jesus in charge, and he is not at all happy about events on earth. The situation in heaven isn't much better with protestors outside the Pearly Gates demanding Heaven should [...]


    7. “Trouble in Paradise – or When God Got Really Mad” by Alan Hughes is a very witty and humorous story that takes biblical themes and characters into a modern setting and asks great questions about our world and faith.As the title gives away, God is not happy with the way Earth has developed. The author does a great job at playing out the scenario without offending believers or atheists. When the lovable Jesus sends texts and Joe, the carpenter, impersonates Humphrey Bogart for his wife you [...]



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