1. Name three of the religions and Henderson's titles for their holy books enumerated in "A Letter from Bobby Henderson."
The religions and holy books named in "A Letter From Bobby Henderson" include: Jews (Old Testicle), Christians (New Testicle), Muslims (Q-tip), Jains (Fun with Dick and Jain), Sufis (Sufi's Up!), Buddhists (Bananapada), Hindus (Ten Little Indians), and Wiccans (The Witches of Eastwick).
2. What type of organization is Henderson afraid his readers will think the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster is? What kind of organization does Henderson say Pastafarianism actually is?
Henderson is afraid that his readers will think The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster is actually a "two-bit cult." He says that Pastafarianism is actually a "boutique religion."
3. Henderson is convinced that the more one reads his book, the more convinced they will become about two specific points. What are they?
Henderson is convinced that the more one reads his book, the more they will become convinced that the Flying Spaghetti Monster is the true Creator and that Pastafarianism is the best religion ever.
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