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What the community says about The Gospel of the Rauschmonstrum
- "Not only is this book beautifully well written, it's also incredibly easy to follow along with. I would suggest this if you're wanting to learn more about the resurrection of Jesus because it's incredibly informative and you'll come out of it learning something new.""Some people might be offended by this book but I found it pretty intriguing. The whole idea of someone being tricked into thinking they are a god is both hilarious and thought provoking. "
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in What are the best religions"This was a very different take on the life of Jesus. I didn't put much into the whole concept but it was a fun read because it was such a strange story. "
- "Atheists do not believe in gods or an afterlife, while this book is based on something called "The Rauschmonstrum" and its desire to start a religion. It uses the story of Jesus to depict a forlorn religious leader. This book may be more accurately categorized as "best blasphemous book" or "best tale of religious deceit" or something other than "best book about Atheism". This book isn't about Atheism at all. It is highly doubtful that any Atheist would be even faintly interested in reading it."
- "The Gospel of the Rauschmonstrum, written by Nick La Torre, retells the Gospel stories concerning Jesus' being tricked into thinking he is the son of god. This religiously themed fiction is sure to engage one's curiosity. Truly a novel spin on religious stories."