This is the Bible Accessory Atheists Have Been Waiting For

I’m just saying: If Zach Myrow‘s Salt Bible were available in stores, I’d pick one up in a heartbeat.

Because you can’t read the Bible without some grains of salt to go with it.

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  • baal

    RDA label for this book based food product?

    I’m fearing it’d give me indigestion or maybe a migraine.

  • bdallmann

    While he says it’s not intended to offend…it is certain to offend. That being said, I love this.

  • invivoMark

    They can’t complete the necessary tests. The clinical trials were deemed unethical by the FDA.

  • Wade

    Seems like a lot of hard work for such a bad joke.

  • rwingett

    I’m waiting for the low sodium version.

  • EcstazFredy

    I don’t get it.

  • momtarkle

    The condiment is ground up Ado/Edith?

  • Glasofruix

    That’s not nearly enough salt.

  • mikespeir

    Is there also a coupon for another box of salt? Because that’s not enough.

  • Mottfolly

    One grain of salt can last a lifetime if you understand the message and remember to apply it liberally.

  • Edmond

    They were also unfalsifiable, undemonstrable, and unrepeatable.

  • Kevin_Of_Bangor

    “(With) a grain of salt,” (or “a pinch of salt”) in modern English, is an idiom which means to view something with skepticism, or to not take it literally.

    The above is stolen from Wikipedia.

  • Kevin_Of_Bangor


  • Jonas

    Lot’s Wife ?

  • Suzie

    Eh, not if you’ve got a Drimmel and say, an hour.

  • Randy Meyer

    I like this. A lot!

  • James Smith

    Of course, I had the original idea for this, i made it in the 60s while driving motocross and sailing. Don’t believe me? Go to Photobucket. Search for slrman. Prove anything I say is untrue or STFU

  • A3Kr0n

    LOL! You fooled me! I thought you were going to reference Pastor Terry Jones’ accessory.×293.jpg

  • AndreasG

    are these the remnants of Lot’s wife?

  • Paul Reed

    Come on, people. Don’t down-vote the guy just for being confused by an idiom.

  • momtarkle

    Good catch.

  • GCBill

    Seriously, read this guy’s comment history. It’s hilarious.

  • Tainda

    As a serious salt addict, I approve of this.

  • C.L. Honeycutt

    This is the Bible Accessory Atheists Have Been Waiting For

    What, whiskey?

    No wait, thanks to this not being a Christian Nation, we don’t have to wait for that.

  • C.L. Honeycutt

    Forrest? Is that you?

  • C.L. Honeycutt

    oh god i looked why cant i stop looking

  • EcstazFredy

    Thank you very much for your explanation.

  • Mitch

    Less than a day’s worth of sodium, but a lifetime supply of bullshit.

  • Pseudonym

    You want the salt to lose it saltiness?

  • Robster

    Salt! Jeesus, it looks more like coke. The latter would guarantee a sales increase.

  • Itarion

    There aren’t enough grains of salt in the world.

  • Quintin van Zuijlen

    ammonium chloride is pretty salty too.

  • Yoav

    I really don’t know how this comment got here, since I was commenting on the Ray Comfort post where it would make much more sense
    2 and 3 are not fully accurate, it actually more like:
    2. Make a list of leading questions that would give the answers you want.
    3a. Tape a bunch of random people answering your questions.
    3b. Voice over different questions next to their answers to make it look like they support your predetermined conclusion.

  • GubbaBumpkin

    Not to break a meme, but I haven’t been waiting for a Bible accessory.

  • baal

    I wonder if it’s the same guy as Steve Willy. Instead of “neckbeard” though, J.S. is obsessed with promoting his photobucket and beating guys off in the streets in Brazil.

  • Jennifer Bourne

    As the old song goes:
    “To get into heaven don’t snap for a seven, live clean, don’t have no fault/
    I takes that gospel whenever it’s possible, but with a grain of salt”