Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff Characters

Christopher Moore
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Biff (Levi)

Biff is the childhood pal of Joshua, later known as Jesus Christ. He grows up with Joshua in Nazareth and knows of his special station in life. Always quick with a wisecrack, Biff writes his gospel about the incidents leading up to Joshua's ministry that leads to his crucifixion. Biff tells about their mutual love for Maggie, Joshua's use of his powers to get out of jams, and the travels to the East where Joshua learns how to be the Messiah.

Biff also learns useful skills like kung fu and the manufacturing of explosives while with Joshua. Not having restrictions on his sexuality, Biff practices the erotic arts with eight Chinese concubines and later with a prostitute familiar with the Kama Sutra. However, his time with Gaspar involves celibacy and strict discipline. Where Joshua must learns very deep wisdom, Biff puts up with the situations simply because...

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