How to Survive Being a Presbyterian! by Bob Reed
A Merry Manual Celebrating the Funny Foibles of the Frozen Chosen

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In this tongue-in-cheek celebration of the funny foibles of the Frozen Chosen, the 300-year-old Percy T. Presby declares:"Presbyterianism is a series of meetings occasionally interrupted by a worship service.""The national drink of Presbyterian women is decaf coffee.""Some Presbyterians believe that a jazz band is the Boston Pops."This Presby 101 handbook uses an advice format to describe Presbyterians by ostensibly addressing new members of the church. But it is also a humorous primer and survival manual for ALL people in the denomination. Gently skewering the history, worship habits, and endless committee meetings, it covers clothing, potluck dinners, and-yes-sex, all from the Presbyterian perspective."Insightful Witticisms"-Tampa Tribune"Keeps the Humor Flowing"-Cleveland Plain Dealer"A Gentle, Affectionate Poke"-Spokane Spokesman Review

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Published January 16, 2001 by iUniverse. 210 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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