No Bible Story Left Untold?

Today in my freshman class, we’re beginning our discussion of Plato’s Republic. In Book II, there is a discussion of which Greek myths are appropriate to share with children. It always makes me think of the similar issue regarding Bible stories, which in turn makes me think of this video: Even some stories that are [Read More…]

The Future of the Impressive Personal Library

HT Marc Cortez [Read more…]

Some Literalists Don’t Give a Fig

HT Stuff Fundies Like [Read more…]

Time Travel and the Bible

The blog Unreasonable Faith shared this cartoon, a Bible/Back to the Future mash up: It would presumably have been worth posting just for its humor value, and because it brings together two major themes of this blog – religion and science fiction. But I think it could actually lead nicely to some interesting and at [Read More…]

In Lieu of Plagues and Floods

From Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller [Read more…]

Moses and the Screenwriter

Non Sequitur HT Kristian Petersen [Read more…]

Ezekiel 4:12 Cereal

Ask and you shall receive! After I suggested the idea in my last post, Jeff Carter kindly made this addition so as to offer a more comprehensively Biblical range of cereal choices: If you don’t get the joke, take a look at Ezekiel 4:9, which gives its name to a genuine range of products, and [Read More…]

Biblical Breakfast?

I just saw this on Jesus Needs New PR: It definitely cries out for someone to photoshop it so that it mentions Ezekiel 4:12 and is proudly said to have been baked over excrement! [Read more…]

Could God Get Tenure?

I came across a bit of educational humor which I thought might be worth sharing, and reflecting on: Publish or Perish : Ever wonder why God never received a permanent job at a good university? The Reasons : 1. He had only one major publication and it had no references. 2. Some people doubt that [Read More…]

Neo Tebowing

Neo tebowing after shooting his way past 316 guards. After realizing that there is no football, and throwing a ball 316 yards in a single throw, such feats seemed surprisingly easy. (Thanks to Brad Matthies for the picture!) [Read more…]


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