I laughed through a lot of this book. A.J. Jacobs makes really funny observations and I found myself laughing out loud many times. I was a little confused by his approach to "living biblically." It seemed a little hodge-podge in a way. Kind of "well, now I'll try this and I should probably stone someone and then I'll maybe work on this a bit." It seemed more like he was researching different Jewish and Christian beliefs and then trying out some of the more bizarre practices to see what they are like. I enjoyed the book, though, and will be reading everything else he's written. I especially can't wait to read his book Drop Dead Healthy. Humor and healthy living. Two of my favorite things.