This book is an ingenious collection of satirical quips and sarcastic remarks that both vastly amuse the reader and shine a humorous light on the Christian culture’s au fait trends. It doesn’t hesitate to poke fun at denominational traditions nor the ‘public’ life that revolves around social media. In an entirely fun and comedic way, How to Be a Perfect Christian displays (not in a shy or reserved way) the quirky and somewhat odd activities and beliefs of mainstream Christians.
Its ultimate underlying message, although funny in its pursuit is to point out, is that the journey to becoming ‘the perfect Christian!’ isn’t about what you look like, what church you go to, or even what you post on your Facebook and Twitter accounts that matters. But for whom you decide to live your life for: your own righteous self and to the glorious end of making other people wish they were as holy and flawless as you or that Jesus fellow you follow.
I received a complimentary copy of this novel. I was not required to post a positive review and all views and opinions are my own.
Reviewed by JackBo