A lego look at 1 Samuel 18:27…
How many foreskins???
(Found by @notdodgy on Twitter)
*Might not actually be weekly.
Yeap. Its another Clickbait Bible thing. (I totally admit it – or do I ? Click here to find out*)
If you’re a fan of Clickbait Bible headline, the awesome Wardrobe Door blog has a huge collection of 66 shocking clickbait headlines for the Bible you won’t believe.
Imagine the situation: You’re hosting your church home group, and the person leading the Bible study doesn’t turn up. What do you do? You could ditch the bible study, have a quick chat and get on with your lives? (But no one ever seems to want to do that)
Or you could lead a bible study anyway? But what is your bible study going to be about? To help get you started here are our Emergency Housegroup Leaders Kit Of Ideas!
Any other ideas you’d like to add?
When the Bible story of Jonah and The Whale is told with Lego…
I can’t help but like the response from New York’s, The Riverside Church to Donald Trumps immigration ban. (Obviously before it was overturned).
They simply read all the bible passages about welcoming strangers.
This church read all the verses in the Bible about welcoming strangers in response to the immigration ban. pic.twitter.com/Llqt6SOU5a
— AJ+ (@ajplus) February 4, 2017
The political world of 2017 seems a funny place. In the wake of the festival of nightmares that was 2016, the terms Fake News and Alternative Facts have emerged around the internet.
Obviously it can be argued that these are both fancy marketing terms for well placed lies, or at least, a way of helping the establishment make its point of view.
What if the Bible was re-edited for an age of alternative facts?
What would that look like?
Would an alternative fact bible look something like this?
Any other ideas for verses that could have the alternative fact treatment?