Sunday, May 2, 2010

The Priest and the Concubine: A Sunday School Lesson of Traditional Values

     Happy Sunday.  It's time for a Sunday school lesson.

     Today's lesson is care of "Betsy's Sunday School Bible Classics."  This is the divinely inspired and inerrant word of the Judeo-Christian god as revealed in the bible (Judges 19-21).  This is a story of traditional family values upon which the Catholic Church's traditional value of raping children is based.  Enjoy.





     My latest work is about the Old Testament, in which I took eight stories from various books and told them pretty much as they really are in there; my illustrations give voice to the women, the children, and the animals, as well as give commentary on the classic interpretations of the stories. No doubt some will call these irreverent and offensive, but really they are the actual stories, and they do beg for explanation. Of course my versions are funny as well. Five of them have been adapted to video and are on YouTube, and two of the stories are in the book Betsy's Sunday School Bible Classics, available on Amazon.com.
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2 comments:

truthspew said...

Always nice when you illustrate the more bat shit crazy verses from the Bible.

But wait, most of it is that way. Recall the web site called the Brick Bible, all rendered in Lego bricks.

I remember reading the Bible in high school (Catholic school). We came across a lot of WTF passages.

Heretic Tom said...

It's called

http://www.thebricktestament.com/

Thanks for the lead. I can't wait to check it out.