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Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part I: The Boy, Chapter 4 Summary

Christopher Moore
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Part I: The Boy, Chapter 4 Summary

Modern Biff tries to tip room service with a dime, an honest mistake because while in the area of Jerusalem, Raziel led Biff to a stash of ancient silver dinars that are worth thousands of dollars today and resemble modern dimes. The sale of the dinars finance the hotel room, pizzas and any other material items or services that Biff and the angel may need. Meanwhile, the angel becomes hooked on daytime soap operas. Biff uses this to convince Raziel to go out and buy a copy of Soap Opera Digest. The scheme does not immediately work.

Ancient Biff convinces Joshua that stonecutting offers more employment in the desert than carpentry because wood is scarce and rocks are common. They walk toward Sepphoris where Biff's father will take them both on as apprentices.

Joshua talks about his errors while...

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