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15 June 2006

Bible Re-Write

Is This You?

* Sick of Ye Olde Englishe language in the Holy Bible?
* Tired of confusing verses that don't seem to mean anything?
* Bored with the current versions of the Holy Bible?
* Wish that Commandment was a little more specific?
* Tired of being told that one person's interpretation of The Holy Bible is the only correct one?
* Want to poke fun at the most abused and destructive book of all time?
* Have a little free time?

If you answered "Yes, Oh God Yes!" to any of the questions above, then the Bible Re-Write site's for you!

AND as an added bonus, if that's just not blasphemous enough for you and you want to get in on the inside track to Hell, check out The Skeptic's Annotated Bible, where you will also find the Skeptic's Annotated Quran and Skeptic's Annotated Book of Mormon!

  • On 6/15/2006 9:57 PM, Blogger ldbug said…

    As a scientist, I've often felt the bible stood against all I believed and worked for, however, upon closer examination, the bible is a collection of books describing science from the point of veiw of the people of the age. For example, in genesis, it's stated that from the seas came the skys (not a direct quote) and, in essence, it's true, scientifically. The primitive oceans held an excess of iron. As that iron oxidized over millions of years, the atmosphere, as we know it, began to form. So, in essence, the sky came from the sea. Ok, this is getting long. I don't believe in a completely literal translation of the bible. But I do think that there were some scientists in there, some moralists, some philosophers. It's the church's interpretation that sometimes ruins the readings by those ancient people. Changing the bible itself is a loss to the insights of our ancestors.

     
  • On 6/16/2006 5:23 AM, Blogger MichaelBains said…

    The Skeptic's Annotateds were wonderful finds when I first started bloggin' on atheism, etc. I still highly rec' them.

    I'm gonna go check that "re-write" site out. Thanks Jami!

     
  • On 6/16/2006 7:16 AM, Blogger DeniseUMLaw said…

    ::chuckles:: I don't know anyting about ldbug's thesis, but I do know that I agree that the church has pretty well fucked with any good that the bible was supposed to have done.

    I loved the site! Thanks. :)

     
  • On 7/02/2006 6:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Keep up the Bible rewrites!

    http://stoproadkill.org/biblerewriteproject.html

     

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