Friday Fun: Failed Christian Children's Book Titles

Nathan Bierma

Bob K
July 31, 2009

The Artist Formerly Known As Prince Caspian

July 31, 2009

The third one's the best by far.

July 31, 2009

If I Wrote The Bible<br><br>Lamb Stew for the Teen-Age Levite<br><br>One Plague After Another<br><br>

August 2, 2009

I find the title "How the ACLU stole Christmas" hilarious! Maybe it should have been an adults book instead of a childrens book. Although I haven't actually read the book, maybe the author should have provided a copy to every politician to improve their literacy. Based on current politicians performance and recent bills being presented, I would say none of them can read or they wouldn't be recommending bills that contradict our freedoms explicitly declared in the constitution. I love the title and have looked for the book to buy but haven't found it yet.

Lead Like Christ
August 2, 2009

I like the sixth one :)

August 3, 2009

Pete's Leviathan <br><br>Esau, the Big Red Man<br><br>Five Little Church Buildings and How They Grew<br><br><br><br>

August 7, 2009

Babar's Epistle to the Romans<br><br>Where the Mild Things Are<br><br>Baptized When We Were Very Young<br><br>(I like the third one too, in the original list.)

August 20, 2009

I'm still trying to figure out what response to this comment, which was not deemed off topic, will not be deemed off topic. I found the title mildly funny, and decided not to comment on the fallacy underlying the humor, until Name played it up, making broad comments that have no basis in fact. That sort of spoils what modest humor there was in the proposed title. So maybe I should say, "I don't think it's all that hilarious at all." Is that on topic? And if so, shouldn't I briefly say why?

Jonathan Downie
July 25, 2011

Snow White and the Seven Church Board Members<br><br>The Pastor Diaries<br><br>Horton Hears a Theological Debate<br><br>

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