Jesus was NOT a Zombie

Jeremy Smith wants to make sure that, if you are a nerd who is inclined to be sacrilegious as the Halloween season draws near (or at Easter, for that matter), you at least do it accurately. And so he shared this: Now, in case you are wondering, I don't think that Jesus was a Lich. [Read More...]

Zombie Acropolis

After I posted about the Zombie Bible series, someone commented on Facebook that they need to do one set in ancient Greece, and call it the Zombie Acropolis. Thinking this was a great pun, I was going to suggest that someone should make a picture. Turns out the internet was way ahead of me: And [Read More...]

Ancient Israel’s Zombie Apocalypse

Via Paul Regnier’s blog, I learned of Strangers in the Land (The Zombie Bible). It is apparently part of a series in which the Bible reimagined with zombies. The author’s web site describes the premise as follows: Strangers in the Land, the story of a zombie apocalypse in 1160 BC Israel, is 412 pages of [Read More...]

Jim Linville’s Zombie Blog Rises from the Grave

If Jim Linville’s blog had been dead for a mere three days, we might say it was resurrected, or that it had only in fact been mostly dead. But his blog was dead. It was nailed to the biblioblogosphere. It was an ex-blog. But now it’s back, and that can only mean one thing… It’s [Read More...]

JesusWeen

Have you heard about the conservative Christians who are encouraging Christians to celebrate “JesusWeen” instead of Halloween? It may sound like it is a parody, but it isn’t. What one has to understand in order to begin to make sense of this is that there are Christians who view negatively any event or holiday that [Read More...]


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