The Christmas Story: The Brick Bible for Kids Now Available!

In case you plan to do some early holiday shopping, Brendan Powell Smith‘s The Christmas Story — The Brick Bible for Kids is now available for purchase!

I love this disclaimer at the beginning:

The main theme in this story is the role of the natural versus the supernatural. Natural is described as anything that people have control over and can explain. Supernatural includes those things that cannot be explained using human understanding.

The issues you may find most difficult to discuss with your child are Mary’s pregnancy and King Herod’s order to kill all children younger than two…


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  • Darwin’s Dagger

    “Natural is described as anything that people have control over and can explain.” That’s about the worst description of natural I’ve ever read.

    • dcl3500

      Is that perhaps the author’s definition in the context of the book?  If that is the case then that definition may be entirely accurate, when looked at explaining versus the supernatural.

  • http://twitter.com/rohart Roger Ivan Hart

    But Herod was already dead when Jesus was supposed to be born. Oh, dear. More lies, half truths and fabrications.

  • The Other Weirdo

    This is the only Christmas Story I care about.


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