The Forgotten Psalms by Professor Morten V. Litenwinkel
In 2016, Professor Litenwinkel began to translate some mysterious texts that he had discovered in the archives of the library of the University of Oymyakon. These texts turned out to be fragments of Hebrew poetry that may or may not have been part of temple worship in Jerusalem. Professor Litenwickel’s at once highly accurate but rather speculative translations capture the essence of the typical Judahite at a time when Jerusalem was continually oppressed by imperialist war dogs. Highlights of The Forgotten Psalms include ‘The Psalm of Heman of Eternia’ and ‘Hey, ho, it’s Babylon again’.
Romanian twins Gabriela and Monica Irimia, otherwise known as pop superstars The Cheeky Girls, may have struck a chord with Europe’s disaffected youth through sharp political and anti-consumerist satires such as their hit songs ‘Cheeky Song (Touch My Bum)’ and ‘Take Your Shoes Off’; but in recent years they have been walking the earth in an attempt to discover the meaning of life. In Our Cheeky Faith Journey, the Cheeky Girls reveal how they have encountered various faith traditions, from Christianity to Raëlism to Auntie Maisie’s Cosmic Club, and what the prospect of faith means to them in a universe seemingly governed by the implacable and dispassionate laws of physics. Comes with a double-sided poster.
The Dictionary of Words and Terms Not Found in the Bible edited by Lee Pofaif
While there are many different theological dictionaries available, Lee Pofaif, Professor of Biblical Studies and Advance Equestrianism at the University of Toad Suck, AR, and his team of tweenage scholars have found a sizeable gap in the market for a new but important reference book. This enlighteningly wonderful volume contains over 2,000 entries ranging from ‘aardvark’ to ‘Zarak’ via ‘mereological nihilism’, explaining why the Bible, when considered as the inspired and inerrant Word of God, has neglected to include such vital keywords and terms.