I'm assuming most of you have read the Brick Testament. But if you haven't, it's really a legitimate way of reading the bible from start to finish. Of course, it's a work in progress.

From the website:

The Brick Testament is the largest, most comprehensive illustrated Bible in the world with over 3,600 illustrations that retell more than 300 stories from The Bible. Launched first as a website in 2001, then as a published book series in 2003, The Brick Testament project is an ongoing one-man labor of love, constructed and photographed entirely by The Rev. Brendan Powell Smith.

It's something I've waited for for years, but now, finally, the Rev Brendan has illustrated most of Revelations. This is the next best thing to his Noah's Ark story.

If you've wanted to read the bible without being bored (and face it; the bible is borning), check out this amazing site.

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Comment by Angie Jackson on April 26, 2009 at 2:01pm
Jar Jar appears later as a bridge sculpture in Job (or Saul - those are the two sections I've read so far). Thanks for telling me about Brick Testament. Now when I need to reference a passage, I'll get happy Lego violence and gore (I love the lego blood)
Comment by Jim DePaulo on April 26, 2009 at 1:10pm
Poor Jar Jar didn't make it onto the ark - couldn't find his wife.
That's why we don't see any descendants.
Comment by Rev Hellbound Alleee on April 26, 2009 at 9:44am
Ha, thanks for pointing that out. Of course, if ALL the animals were made, it makes sense that Jar-Jar would be there, too.
Comment by Richard Healy on April 26, 2009 at 6:24am
I think you might be right!
Comment by Rev Hellbound Alleee on April 25, 2009 at 4:26pm
Fixed. But there are revelations in the site. It is revealed.
Comment by Jim DePaulo on April 25, 2009 at 4:07pm
The Brick Bible is some funny shit.
My brother and I were on a road trip about a year ago and one evening after a bowl or two we picked up the Gideon Bible and begin to read Revelation - we laughed our asses off for over an hour. My only thoughts about St. John the "Divine" is that I'm convinced he discover LSD a couple thousand years before Tim Leary dropped his first tab. I'm also convinced that divine is a euphemism for completely fucking nuts.
Comment by Richard Healy on April 24, 2009 at 11:57am
Fantastic! (*love* The Brick Testament!)

One minor quibble:

It's Revelation. No plural.

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