The Brick Testament

If you want a good laugh and an interesting take on some biblical narrative have a look at The Brick Testament. Some of the theology or interpretation behind the stories is a little strange at times. Some of these might make for some fun ways to introduce a story in a college or youth Bible class. Of course it is never a substitute for the real thing! See here for that.

Next up – back to creative approaches to teaching.

Edit – Notice the comments that follow and the disappointment for many areas of this website. I probably should change the humor link to one that says, ‘disgrace’

0 Responses to The Brick Testament

  1. Darin says:

    How did you find that?

    Interesting and a lot of work.


  2. Neva says:

    I have seen this on Tim Archer’s blog–kinda cool but some are pretty graphic. One would need to be as careful with these as with other resources.


  3. Frank Bellizzi says:

    That’s pretty amazing.

  4. Matt says:

    If my memory is right I found this a couple of years ago while looking through google images for something about a Bible story.

  5. Tammie's Thoughts says:

    My daughter, Laura and her husband, John, have the Brick New Testament listed as a link on thier blog…
    John claims to be an athetist…go figure…and by all means, keep them in your prayers!

  6. Adam Gonnerman says:

    A few years ago an atheist pointed this out to a discussion group I was part of. The crucifixion is a mockery.

  7. Adam Gonnerman says:

    Look up the passage where it talks about head coverings in the assembly and you will see the undertone of the Brick Testament.

  8. Danny says:

    Interesting. I will have to look more into this.

  9. Frank Bellizzi says:

    After taking a look at some of those sections of The Brick Testament that Adam referred to, I understand why it would be popular with unbelievers. It IS a mockery.

  10. Matt says:

    It is really a shame that those things are in there. I had not seen those until they were pointed out and am really disappointed. Nevermind about using these to introduce much in Bible class…that could turn out really bad!

  11. Christopher says:

    I ran across “The Reverend’s” site some time ago. It’s inventive if snarky on the surface, but underlying his creativity is anger and assuredly, hurt somewhere long ago.

    In another life, I could be The Reverend.

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