If You Illustrate Bible Passages, They May Look Like This…

Turns out if you illustrate certain passages in the Bible, they make even less sense than when you read them directly:

“If two men are fighting and the wife of one of them comes to rescue her husband from his assailant and she reaches out and seizes him by his private parts, you shall cut off her hand. Show her no pity.” — Deuteronomy 25:11-12

This image and others like it are from The Bible Said What?: 10 Things They Didn’t Teach Me in Catholic School by Evan Mascagni and illustrated by Nick Sirotich. You can see more of those images here.

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3 Responses to If You Illustrate Bible Passages, They May Look Like This…

  1. Atheists must make for effort not to confuse their porn addiction with excellent literature.

    By posting and advocating such nonsense, the atheists confesses to being immoral, degenerate, willfully stupid and ignorant, illiterate, and of poor mental health.

    Only ignorant, book burning heathens like the ones who recently destroyed archeological treasures in Iraq would do the same to a great and valuable collection of literature like the Bible.

    If the heathen wishes to get an quick, simple but effective, lesson on the Bible, I am happy to oblige.

    But in the mean time, keep your porn collection to yourself.

  2. Linuxgal says:

    Do Not Touch Private Parts With Remaining Hand

    • tildeb says:

      You’d think there would be a divine rule clearly laid out to help out those who do the same thing and keep expecting different results…

      … oh, right… sorry….

      I keep forgetting we’re dealing with believers who think praying works… or will work… or might work… or could work… reported to work… by a friend of a friend who knew a guy who heard about a guy who said it worked back in the day…

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