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To Exodus, and Beyond!

Steve Paull

A Continuation of the Evaluation

In this, the eagerly-awaited Continuation of the Evaluation, "To Exodus, and Beyond!" goes boldly where angels fear to tread: by adroitly dissecting Exodus, the second book of the Old Testament, with the razor-sharp scalpels of Logic And Rational Thought. So, grab your beverage of choice, get comfy and strap yourselves in for an ancient journey of stellar proportions!



About the Author

Steve was born and raised in Perth, Western Australia before being press-ganged into the government railways at the age of 21.

For the last 30 years, he has been riding around regional Western Australia in very large, heavy metal boxes on wheels, and contemplating the nature of the universe.

Much of his spare time is eclectically divided between DIY projects, renovations, landscaping, various musical pursuits (piano, flute, saxophone, clarinet, Irish mandolin, otamatone, piano-accordion, recorder, harmonica, guitar and breathalyzer tube, all of them badly), armchair philosophy, and trying to get his damned pineapple plant to fruit.

Steve has two books in publication, and working on more when time and inspiration seek fit to oblige him.


Other books by Steve Paull

The Thinking Human's Guide to Religion

A Modern Interpretation of an Ancient Text

Religion: fact, or fiction? The chronicle of Creation, or the ramblings of a madman? If you’ve ever wondered what it’s all about but can’t bring yourself to actually read a bible, then this book is for you!

With irreverent interpretations reflecting the modern, enlightened age we live in, this is the go-to book for when your sleep is rudely interrupted on Sunday mornings and you want some payback, but can never think of anything to question them with. Problem Solved!

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To Exodus, and Beyond! by Steve Paull
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ISBN: 978-1-922788-23-8
Format: Paperback 203mm x 133mm
Extent: 304 pages
RRP: $24.95
Publisher: Vivid Publishing
Category: Religion -- Literary Criticism
Distribution: Contact Vivid