MisreadBible

MisreadBible

For I read the Bible through a lens, squinting - 1 Corinthians 13:12

News

27th March 2021

The MisreadBible: Book of Moses is now available on Apple Books. I've added links to several Apple stores around the world to the book's page.

22nd March 2021

As it’s taking time for The MisreadBible: Book of Moses to be processed for distribution by Apple Books and Google Play, I’ve released a Smashwords edition. I’ve also released a Smashwords edition of A MisreadBible Christmas in order to increase distribution channels.

21st January 2021

The audiobook of A MisreadBible Christmas is now available to buy from Audible, Amazon, and iTunes.

7th January 2021

The MisreadBible: Book of Moses is now available to buy as a paperback and eBook.

I'm still eagerly awaiting the release of the audiobook of A MisreadBible Christmas. I'll post an update when it's released.

28th December 2020

The release date for The MisreadBible: Book of Moses is set for 6th January.


About

I'm J. R. Eldridge, a British satirical fiction author with a fascination for religion and the absurd mythology that surrounds it. I especially enjoy poking fun at it. I began writing joke Bible verses on Twitter and eventually moved on to writing parodies of Bible stories. I've collected some of these in my books The MisreadBible: Genesis, A MisreadBible Christmas, and The MisreadBible: Book of Moses.

Before I collect my stories into books, I like to share them on this site. Check the 'Stories' menu above for stories I haven't published in books (yet).


Statement of Non-Faith

The Bible is an ancient book of fairy tales which, for some strange reason, millions around the world take seriously. We all know at least some of the stories, having been raised in a culture that’s practically dripping in biblical horseshit, and a lot of us were even subjected to Sunday school classes and church sermons where we were read ‘pearls of wisdom’ from this tired old tome.

I’ve taken it upon myself to create a version of the Bible for the non-believer. Out with the literal interpretations and convenient allegories, and in with the scepticism, fun-poking, and a fuckload of swearing.

If you want to know how much of the absurdity comes from my warped imagination, and how much comes from the inerrant word of God, I invite you to look up the verses for yourself on a Bible website. A lot of the verses are absurd without being ‘misread’.

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