Babylon Bee Christian Movie Ideas

The Babylon Bee is a great source for Christian satire. Just recently they posted a list of 23 Christian movies that need to be made. Here’s a sample of what they suggest: I also particularly liked #19: A NASA astronaut is stranded on Mars. Every Christian on earth comments, “Praying!” on NASA’s Facebook post announcing the [Read More…]

Learning Ancient Greek as a Spoken Language

I have been meaning ever since I got back from SBL to blog about some fantastic books that have been published by the Conversational Koine Institute and GlossaHouse. But then I saw these: One of the most impressive items that I saw at SBL this year, and purchased there, is their Speak Koine Greek: A Conversational [Read More…]

“Sarah” by Elizabeth Swados

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Hi!

One of a selection of Christmas comics that came my way via Bored Panda. …Merry Christmas! Or if you prefer something more generic/inclusive: [Read more…]

Silent Night (Quaker Arrangement)

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Made in the Image of God

This might actually be the best argument against understanding the creation of humans in the  “image of God” in terms of our appearance… [Read more…]

Clickbait Old Testament

Via Hemant Mehta. What other clickbait headlines can you come up with for Biblical stories? [Read more…]

Approaching Fast

Created by Ruth Mostern. I may decide to put this image on my syllabuses from now on…   [Read more…]

The Holy Bible, Abridged Beyond The Point Of Usefulness

I saw the above on Reddit and knew I had to share it. It is the creation of Zach Weinersmith, the person behind Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal comics. It is apparently a real product that you can purchase, although you can also download a pdf version for free. See also the TL;DR version of the Bible [Read More…]

Choose Your Own Adventure Bible

The Babylon Bee is sort of the Christian equivalent of The Onion, with spoof news and similar offerings. Today, they announced that Zondervan had published a Choose Your Own Adventure Bible: While the folks at Babylon Bee were using this idea to poke fun at the ways in which people read not only their own views, [Read More…]