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Friday, May 13, 2005

What Would Jesus Eat?


Dieting guides and religious books are consistent best sellers. So what could be more natural than combining the two?
Stephen Arterburn, the host of a Christian radio show and author of Lose it For Life, says: "If you want the world to notice Jesus, it helps to look and live like Jesus. We don't do this so we can look in the mirror and be more attractive. We do it so people can look at us and see Jesus."
Apparently, there are now several "Jesus wants you to be thin" diet books out. Even one called What Would Jesus Eat by Don Colbert. Colbert's books don't show up on conventional bestsellers lists, probably because many are sold at Christian bookstores and such, but he claims to have sold over 4 million copies of his many books.
 
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