Book of the day: Awkward Moments (Not Found in Your Average) Children's Bible

Friday, August 8, 2014

Awkward Moments (Not Found in Your Average) Children's Bible - Volume #1, by Horus Gilgamesh, illustrates the Bible like you've never seen before.
If you thought the bestselling "Go The F***k To Sleep" wasn't appropriate for children – you haven't seen anything yet! Combining real Bible verses with whimsical illustrations, "Awkward Moments (Not Found In Your Average) Children's Bible" offers much more than an irreverent gag gift for the coffee table. "The goal of the project,"” says author Horus Gilgamesh, "is to challenge readers from all walks of life to gain a better understanding of the content of the Bible and its context in modern day culture. The fact that our fans report shooting milk out their noses from laughter is just an added bonus."

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3 comentarii:

Robert said...

Wow, where to start...

Perhaps with Luke 19:27. In that verse Jesus quotes a character in a parable, a "man of noble birth". This writer carefully limits the quotation to make it sound like Jesus is speaking in the first person.

Anonymous said...

Robert - what they forgot to mention is that every illustration is accompanied by a long commentary. On that one, yes, the author talks a lot about the context....

JasonSchlitz said...

BTW - BlameItOneTheVoices - maybe you should not rudely harvest all of that content from their pages and put it all in one place and then put an Amazon affiliate link at the bottom to earn money off of stealing other people's content. Geez... think about it. (Maybe show 3-4 of your favorite images, but why you gotta steal other people's stuff? Seriously man, show a little integrity...

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