05 March 2014

With the Bird Bible, your family will never be bored with scripture again!

Not too long ago, I added a boring category to the Skeptic's Annotated Bible to mark the Bible's more boring sections. One of them was the 40th chapter of the book of Exodus, which includes these exciting and inspiring verses:

And it came to pass in the first month in the second year, on the first day of the month, that the tabernacle was reared up. And Moses reared up the tabernacle, and fastened his sockets, and set up the boards thereof, and put in the bars thereof, and reared up his pillars. Exodus 40:17-18

But now there's a new Bible that fills even the Bible's most boring passages with the excitement that you always wished was there. It's called "The Bird Bible."

Here's an ad for it:

I can't wait until I see how the Bird Bible handles the first nine chapters of First Chronicles!

2 comments:

Stephen said...

That would be a lot of names!
But just think about how tasty all those birds that god roasted would be. Mmmmmm! There's a feast in 2 Kings 1:10-12 all by itself!

I saw this last Saturday. LOL! It's probably not well received in the Bible Belt, though.
Steve Weeks

Sacha Weis said...

Whether the bible is acted out by humans, birds, or ogres it is still the bible and by its very nature boring. Are we going to have a nest full of eggs for the so-and-so begot so-and-so part? It still wouldn't be exciting.