Bigotry Behind a Crucifix is Still Bigotry, Says Satirist

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Rich Woods’ new book “Yahweh to Hell” pulls back the curtain on Christian Dominionism in American politics.

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Belief is not something you choose, I understand that . . . but you can absolutely choose between knowledge and ignorance.

Satirist Rich Woods has found that more and more Americans are waking up to a simple fact: Christian fundamentalism has no place in American politics.

Author, blogger, satirist and web TV personality Rich Woods wants to inform voters of how their beliefs are being used to get them to vote against their best interests through his new book, “Yahweh to Hell: Why We Need Jesus Out of Politics.” Woods has worked for decades in construction and knows how to offer insight and humor from the blue-collar point of view.

“If there’s one thing that high-rise construction teaches you, it’s the ability to spot bulls**t from a mile away,” Woods said.

Woods offers facts, educated opinions, and unapologetically crass humor and sarcasm wrapped together in a package intended to help nudge America in a more rational direction, one voter at a time. William Hamby, Bob Ingel, Brian Sapient, and more have praised his book.

“Belief is not something you choose, I understand that,” Woods said. “But you can absolutely choose between knowledge and ignorance.”

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Yahweh to Hell: Why We Need Jesus Out of Politics
By Rich Woods
ISBN: 9781491759899
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Google Play and

About the author
Rich Woods is an author, blogger, and satirist who previously hosted a popular web TV channel called “UnlearnTV” that averaged half a million viewers per week. He worked for several decades in New York City construction and is a tireless advocate for rationality and reducing the influence of Christian fundamentalism in American politics. He is hopelessly in love with his wife, Jane.

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