2 Timothy 1-Titus 3

It’s more Psaul or is it? We’re not sure. Someone wrote these craps and we’re now forced to read them. That’s pretty much all there is to it. I don’t think we’re meant to be reading other people’s mail. It’s terribly dull and pretty meaningless seeing as how it’s 2,000 years later and I don’t know these people.

1 Thessalonians-2 Thessalonians

We’re reading the crap out of Thessalonians today. We’ve got 1 Thessalonians, we’ve got 2 Thessalonians. All the Thessalonians you could want! Oh most importantly, go to thomasandthebible.com/poll to vote for the next book that I’ll do!

Colossians 1-4

SLAVES OBEY YOUR MASTERS! That’s Psaul’s godly advice! Everyone be good and fair, especially you slaves over there. I’ve got my eye on you. Slaves. You make sure to be very nice your poor masters. They have a lot on their minds. You think it’s easy being a slave master? Well it’s not, ok?

Ephesians 1-6

So according to Psaul all we have to do is believe in Jesus and we’re good! Forget all those commandments and stuff! That said, he’s got a bunch of…. not commandments but let’s say “guidelines” that you still need to follow because he says so. Despite the fact that it contradicts what he just said. Look just don’t think about it too hard ok?

Galatians 1-6

Psaul is back to ruining our life, one city at a time. The city in question no doubt making constant jack off motions in the air while reading Psaul’s pathetic letters is Galatia? Or something like that. Some people REALLY want to chop off their foreskins despite Psaul telling them like you really don’t need to guys it’s cool.

2 Corinthians 10-13

We’re finishing 2 Corinthians!! Wooohoooo! Surely we’re all done with Psaul then. There’s no way the dude had time to write EVEN MORE letters to unwilling receivers. Not possible. He’s all lettered out by now most likely. I’m guessing he lived out the rest of his days with a killer hand cramp which he eventually died of.

2 Corinthians 3-9

Just when you think Psaul can’t get anyer morer bonringer, he goes and does just that. I expect the next book to be him balancing his checkbook; listing off where he spent a few dollars here and there. Surely this letter never should have been read by anyone not named Corinth. But I thought of something insightful I think and said it at some point during this episode, SO YOU’LL HAVE TO LISTEN TO THE WHOLE THING TO FIND IT AHAHAHAHAHAH

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