Help name Matt Mikalatos’ new book

Matt Mikalatos has put out a call for people to help name his new book. If you haven’t read his last book yet, do so. Imaginary Jesus is a fun and thought-provoking read. (We discussed it here and here.) He’s ready to put out his next book, but his publisher has asked to solicit some input on the title. He’s set up a simple survey that will  only take a moment to fill out. So, please head over there and offer your thoughts. (I don’t want to bias your vote, but I think there’s a clear winner.) The current options are:

  • Jesus, the Wolfman and Me
  • Night of the Living Dead Christians
  • The Christian Werewolf
  • Wolf

You don’t need to know anything about the book. Just indicate which title you’d be most likely to purchase. Or, if you don’t like any of them, suggest a different title. I was going to suggest, Excuse Me, Why Is that Hairy Dude Eating Your Leg?, but I didn’t think it would get any votes.

 

About Marc Cortez

Theology Prof and Dean at Western Seminary, husband, father, & blogger, who loves theology, church history, ministry, pop culture, books, and life in general.

Posted on January 11, 2011, in Misc and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. We actually considered “Excuse Me, Why Is That Hairy Dude Eating Your Leg?” but were concerned that people would be confused with “Dude, Where’s My Car?”

    We actually had a bunch of other names I really liked that got nixed for one reason or another.

    Thanks for posting this, Marc!

  1. Pingback: Matt Mikalatos Asks You to Name His New Book! « Near Emmaus

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