Stephanie Maier has a lot of big questions on her mind: Can Baptists get into Purgatory? Can Noni juice give you superpowers? If your spouse dies, can you get your kidney back? And where are all the Jewish mannequins, anyway?
Everyone has gotten so damn serious. In her typical snarky wit, Stephanie takes to her email to see just how far she can push the edges of idiocy by asking total strangers absurd questions about religion. And to her great surprise, the responses are both hilarious and very revealing!
What began as a joke to prod an ever-increasing culture of political correctness, turned out to be an uplifting study of just how tolerant, open-minded, and actually good people can be.
In a time of “social distancing,” “virtue-signaling” and “doxing” anyone who dares veer from the prescribed narratives, Letters from a Religious Nut is just the cure society needs.
So sit down with your favorite beverage, have a laugh, and for just a moment, see the possibility that things actually can be good again, because people are good. Forget about the media, the arguments, the social conventions and rules, and just be stupid.
God knows we need it!
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