The Old Testament

Worse than I remembered! There is very little of value in it and a great deal that is dreadful. If more people would read this book there would be less sympathy for the Judeo-Christian tradition. The God in this book is not worthy of respect, because he is not as moral as the average person. The book is repetitious beyond endurance. The main theme is God's irrational jealousy and wrath.

This is the mother of all horror novels.

Year Read: 1964, 1978


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