dantes_torment wrote:Despite Prophet Bobby's brilliant writing, the part that most resembles an actual gospel seems to have been an afterthought. I mean, how can we reference various sections of the story of the creation and Cap'n Mosey without handy dandy numbered verses like its bestselling rival?
I suggest a more official text delving into a linguistically complex (gratuitous use of thou, ye, behold, shalt, etc.) and historically accurate*cough cough* account of how stuff happened. I bet if we searched history, we could find more events strikingly similar to Christian affairs that we're incited by the Noodly Father.
Just a thought; it just seems that our gospel isn't much of a gospel. Plus I'm bored.
Though since I'm not a prophet I would not consider it a gospel but I am writing a book considering my veiws of Him.