Get a Free Copy of David Hayward’s Excellent Book Today

David Hayward, who draws all those fantastic cartoons about Christianity at nakedpastor, is offering his book nakedpastor 101 as a free PDF download for one day only!

You definitely want to check that out.

Realize that it’s also a very generous giveaway from someone who relies on sales of his work for part of his income. If you like his stuff, consider getting the print version. I have it and, as even David acknowledges, it’s a great conversation starter when religious friends are around.



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  • earthgirl

    http://echoesinthewind.wordpress.com/2011/10/06/double-standard-facts-and-values-feel-free-to-add/
    This girl is trying to disprove evolution! Join the debate, we need help!

  • David Hayward

    And thanks for your endorsement of my book Hemant which appears on the back cover!!

  • Kevin_Of_Bangor

    Thanks for the freebie David. Very kind of you and I will pick up the hard cover for my bathroom enjoyment.

  • http://itsmyworldcanthasnotyours.blogspot.com/ Anonymous

    Thank you for the freebie, I look forward to staying up until an obscene hour reading it.

  • Drew M.

    Thanks, David!

  • http://evolutionguide.blogspot.com/ William

    Found this freebie at 11:50 PM the day of the offer, now I got it.

  • Ani Sharmin

    Thanks for letting us know about this, Hemant, and much thanks, of course, to David!

  • WebHybrid

    “Excellent book”? Say whutttt???

    The author is a lifelong *pastor* – and why readers of this blog would be interested in anything he has to say (or draw) escapes me.

    Unsuspecting, I downloaded it while it was free and opened the file today. Sure was worth every penny. The first dozen or so ‘cartoons’ were as dull as dishwater. Oh well, at that point I did much enjoy shredding the file…