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The alphabetized Bible is deiinprs.

Jul 14, 2011 By Abraham 28

By Tauba Auerbach

(via Today and Tomorrow)

28 Comments

  1. Roger Messner says:

    Almost as good as my soon to be self-published secret prayer language edition of the Bible.

  2. Mike Escutia says:

    I’d be happy with a version that has the 66 individual books of the Bible arranged in alphabetical order. I’d buy one of those in an instant.

  3. Kenneth says:

    I think this is the Bible Harold Camping uses. Even from this picture I could see how he was only 5 months off.

  4. Peter says:

    So, compared to any other tome, if it were alphabetized too, what’s the difference? This is no longer The Bible.

  5. Duncan Blackthorne says:

    Wow, some of you people need to get a sense of humor, or a life, or both.
    Seriously: WHY SO SERIOUS?
    It’s meant to be absurd humor. Anybody with an IQ over 90 and some semblance of a sense of humor should be able to figure that out. Has it ever occurred to you that if this God you people believe in really exists, that he/she/they/it has got to have an ENORMOUS sense of humor in order to do that sort of job for all eternity and not go completely insane? Apparently not.

    Really, honestly: Loosen up, already. Have a drink or two or three, smoke some of your medical marijuana (if that’s your thing), have some sex, masturbate, whatever: just stop being so damned serious and just LAUGH at something intended to be stupidly funny. Laugh at YOURSELVES a little; your God would want you to do that, wouldn’t he/she/they/it?

    Sheesh.

  6. Cheryl says:

    My religion is serious and not a JOKE! I choose not to drink or smoke anything that would cause me to accept it as such. If you can’t stand for something, then you stand for nothing. Now go put your tail between your legs and go ‘loosen up’ on your so-called rock. Have a Blessed Day!

    1. Pspaughtamus says:

      “Have a Blessed Day” must be a variation of “I’ll pray for you”, which is Christian-ese for “Go f*** yourself.”

    1. Aramat says:

      That’s not christian. At all. Don’t give the real ones a bad wrap. B/c that “thing or two” was empty and wrong unless it was gospel and scripture and Truth. That’s why people hate Christians…too many “telling them a thing or two” and name calling like “those empty atheist satan worshippers”…wow…that’s how credibility is lost. I’m saying this because I DO care and dno’t want myself or my family misrepresented. Thanks.

      1. Aramat says:

        and this wasn’t for you, Me. (haha, had to say that) It’s for J. Grant. And maybe a little for the holier than thou sarcasm fro Cheryl too. That’s not soul winning, witnessing, or reaching the nations, or fulfilling the great commission…. that’s fueling the fire, not sparking the soul. You’ve proven THEIR point. Both of you.

    2. Heather says:

      Atheists don’t worship satan. (Shouldn’t that be capitalized?). I’m also not empty. I’m for human rights, I help people and animals whenever I can, I am raising my son to be a respectful decent human being. Just because I don’t believe in your God, doesn’t make me empty. Then again, I don’t go around insulting other people’s beliefs. Isn’t it just as bad of you to insult and disrespect Atheists as it is for them to insult and disrespect your beliefs? It is a sad world that we live in, where we are so divided by things such as religion and politics that we can’t even see a fellow human being in front of our own eyes. We are too busy categorizing and judging them.

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