Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Noah, the Animated Series

I keep seeing illustrated bible's around bookstores and waiting rooms. They are a great way to show horrible stories to children. I submit a more accurate, yet kid-friendly, addition.

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  1. LOL! The trouble is that the fundies would not get that you are ripping on them, because they don't see anything wrong with God's actions. Case in point: The Brick Testament is still somewhat popular even with believers. The mind can do very weird tricks when it wants to. ;-)

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    1. whoa! Why did I not know about the brick testament before today?

      Oh I see, they specifically say not to post images anywhere on the internet. That's a shame.

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    2. I haven't heard of that either. I thought I already supported everything LEGO based.

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  2. Just because the story has bunnies in it doesn't mean it's a moral story.

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  3. Noah needs a wise-cracking dinosaur sidekick.

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    1. I think Dino is currently unemployed.

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  4. This story is one of the most barbaric in the OT. Perhaps that is why it is often "dressed up" as a kids story. I assume you have heard that they are building a Noah's Ark theme park in Kentucky...it is maddening.

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  5. The problem is, no matter how snarky you might write the story, lots of Christians would embrace it and give it to their kids as a valid and accurate representation of God's love.

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  6. A good question for those who embrace the ark tale would be whether they believe they themselves would not have been among the drowned if they had lived at the time it supposedly happened. After all, not one single human in the whole world outside Noah's family was accepted into the ark, not even the totally innocent (of which there must have been some, even if only small children).

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