Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Imaginary Jesus by Matt Mikalatos

June is the month for the CSFF to bring you Imaginary Jesus by Matt Mikalatos. This is a hard-to-classify story that's a social commentary on the way Christians tend to make Jesus in their own image rather than the one God intended. Modern, quirky, and irreverent, Mikalatos shines some light in places we usually don't talk about and gleefully holds up a mirror so we can be sure of what we see.


Rebecca LuElla Miller said...

I hope you get a chance to read it some time, Jeff. It's hilarious even as it discusses serious issues.


Matt Mikalatos said...

Hey Jeff, thanks for posting this. Where do you live in Seatle? My wife and lived on 55th and Roosevelt for a couple of years and absolutely loved it!

Jeff Draper said...

We live a smidgen north of Seattle but I know Roosevelt and the Northgate area pretty well.