The Gospel is Non-Fiction in Toronto

Published November 1st, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

From Grant in Toronto:

The Toronto Public Library has 8 copies of the Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, and guess what collection it’s under?

Non-fiction! Hooray!


By the way, why don’t authors bitch when their books are being “illegally shared” at the library? How is that not analogous to a musicians work being shared on the internet? You have my permission to buy and share the Gospel with as many people as you like. Spread the Word.

50 Responses to “The Gospel is Non-Fiction in Toronto”

  1. Pixel Pete says:

    The FSM Gospel in non-fiction?
    I get this warm fuzzy feeling inside of me now that we’ve won, even a little battle. I’ve shared the FSM with many people and have spread His Noodly Word, not to mention I dressed like a pirate yesterday!
    Are there any popely duties that I’m forgetting?
    -PP Jr.

  2. PacificPam (IF) says:

    Did you eat pasta?

  3. PacificPam (IF) says:

    Did you have a lot of beer?

  4. Iron Bess says:

    @Black Hearted Jake – yep, sounds like the same thing they do in Canada. I wonder if Bobby is registered?

  5. ۞ says:

    Looking at the screen shot the gospel appears to be under “Religion – Humour”.
    That doesn’t feel like a victory.

  6. bombadil says:

    just because somethings funny doesn’t make it any less factual. hell, if anything it shows we don’t have a stick up our ass when it comes to our beleifs

  7. Aristotle says:

    Perhaps they placed it in humor because it’s satirical.

  8. Cottura 5 Minuti says:

    Those look like keywords used for search. There probabaly is no such category in the libarary as “religion – humour”.

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