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Who is Adrian Plass?
Adrian Plass is a British author and speaker who writes primarily Christian humour, but also short stories, Bible commentaries and novels with a more serious tone. His most popular books are a series concerning The Sacred Diary of Adrian Plass which is a humorous, fictional satire of Christian life and which has sold over a million copies worldwide.
- born in (67 years ago) in United Kingdom
- profession: Author
- written works: "Lernen wie man fliegt", "And Jesus Will Be Born", "Stress Family Robinson 2", "Why I Follow Jesus", "The sacred diaries of Adrian, Andromeda & Leonard", "Alien at St Wilfred's", "Jesus--safe, tender, extreme", "Never mind the reversing ducks", "The final boundary", "From Growing up Pains to the Sacred Diary", "Clearing Away the Rubbish", "Cabbages for the King", "Colours of Survival", "Theatrical Tapes of Leo Thynn", "Horizontal Epistles of Andromeda Veal", "The visit and other short stories", "Join the company", "Year at St. Yoricks", "Blind Spots in the Bible", "The Son of God is dancing--"
- official website: www.adrianplass.com
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Jesus the Fool (2010)
The Mission of the Unconventional Christ by Michael Frost
Adrian Plass is an English satirist who only took up writing after a painful emotional breakdown. “Angry and upset and fed up with the church,” Plass began writing softly satirical novels that picked fun at the excesses and eccentricities of the ...
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