God Is Dead

God Is Dead

Ron Currie, Jr

Book - 2007
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Baker & Taylor
Traces the world impact of God's descent to Earth in the body of a Dinka woman and His subsequent suffering and death in the Darfur desert, events that profoundly impact every aspect of human life, from warfare and parenting to religious practices and health care. A first novel.

Baker
& Taylor

Traces the world impact of God's descent to Earth in the body of a Dinka woman who subsequently dies in the Darfur desert, events that profoundly impact every aspect of human life, from warfare and parenting to religious practices and health care.

Publisher: New York : Viking, 2007
ISBN: 9780670038671
0670038679
Branch Call Number: FICTION CURRIE
Characteristics: 182 p. ; 25 cm

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Jul 07, 2008

In the first chapter, somewhere during the Sudanese conflict in Darfur, God assumes the form of a woman armed only with a bottomless sack of sorghum and is killed by the Janjaweed. Subsequent chapters offer glimpses of how the world reacts in the years following God's demise -- from child worship to child anti-worship, to a bizarre world scenario in which Postmodern Anthropologists and Evolutionary Psychologists are the factions battling it out in World War ?.

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