Yeah. Thought that thread title would get your attention. This is a link to Chapter 6 of Michael Moore's book Dude, Where's my Country (DWMC). This chapter is clearly the word of the Christian god. It's quite obvious from the text that the book is divinely inspired if not the direct words of god, Himself.
It says as much in the opening of the chapter:
"Hi. God here. I hope you don't mind if I interrupt Mike's book with a few words from Me, your Almighty Creator, but hey, I'm God--who's going to stop Me?"
The chapter continues to talk about people and events mentioned in earlier gospels and in no way conflicts with any statements made in earlier Christian works.
The topic for debate for theists: provide an argument for why Michael Moore's 6th chapter of DWMC isn't the word of the Almighty that cannot also be applied to the gospels.
Of late, there's been a lot of trouble in threads like The Argument from Mundanity on the part of theists in presenting a test for divinely inspired text. Time for you guys to step up.