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Praise for "Rapture Ready" "Daniel Radosh writes about evangelical culture with brilliance, humor, and understanding. Everyone should read this book." --A.J. Jacobs, author of "The Know-It-All" and "The Year of Living Biblically" "A rich exploration of the realm . . . Reading Radosh's book is like coming across another planet hidden somewhere on Earth where everything is just exactly like it is here except blue or made out of plastic." --"Slate" "Radosh is open about his own biases and shortcomings, and responds with astonishing intellectual and emotional honesty to the people and ideas he encounters." --"The Boston Globe Magazine" Praise for Daniel Radosh: "Radosh has the astute sense of a journalist and the evocative humor of a stand-up comic." --"Publishers Weekly" "Entertaining, often enlightening . . . Radosh takes his role of reporter in an unfamiliar land seriously, yet he isn't afraid to use his well-honed wit to good advantage." --"Booklist" "What happens when a secular liberal enters a conservative Christian subculture? Yes, he's grossed out at times, appalled at least once, amused sometimes, and cussin' mad at other times--and maybe even a little scared on occasion. But in the end, he offers evaluations and insights that might be considered downright prophetic, and compassionate too. No evangelical insider could have down as good a job as Daniel Radosh. He's a witty, energetic, and insightful writer who grabs your attention and interest on page one and won't let go until he's escorted you to a powerful conclusion in the final paragraphs." --Brian McLaren, author of "A New Kind of Christian" and "Everything Must Change" "Radosh has discovered a world that is hilarious, unpredictable, and lucrative! It seems there's a foreign country in America and it's right down the street . . . and now I'm not so sure that I'm not the foreigner." --Sam Seder, Air America Radio "This book . . . deserves t --This text refers to the Paperback edition.