My Imaginary Jesus by Matt Mikalatos was an entertaining book to read, but sometimes I wondered if it was being blasphemous or heretical. I was very glad that I read the book to the end because it gave me a lot of food for thought (about whether I was worshiping a Jesus I created in my image).
Startling, contemporary, meaningful. . . . Mixing questions of suffering and free will with a nexus of weirdness.
Think Monty Python meets C. S. Lewis
Matt Mikalatos’s imagination is, simply put, miraculous.
Matt Mikalatos has an incredible gift. . . . While this book is hilarious, it will also cause you to stop dead in your tracks and evaluate what you really believe.