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Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part I: The Boy, Chapter 7 - 8 Summary

Christopher Moore
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Part I: The Boy, Chapter 7 - 8 Summary

Having obtained his Soap Opera Digest, Raziel wonders about the prophets who foretell future events in the shows. Modern Biff tries to explain that the stories are fiction, not reality, but the angel cannot understand this concept. Biff likens angels to pretty insects. He later reads a few chapters of Matthew and realizes that much has been left out between the time of Jesus' birth and his thirtieth year.

The Romans, upon the appeals of the Pharisees, release Joseph and several other prisoners who had been suspected of the murder, but who must be innocent after Jeremiah's confession and his swift death thereafter by Justus' sword. However, the Pharisees do not do this without expecting something in return. Maggie's mother has promised her betrothal to Jakan. She is to be married to him after six months have...

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