The Bible in the 21st Century

The Last Supper would have been eaten the next morning … cold.

The Ten Commandments would actually be only five … double-spaced and written in a large font.

A new edition would be published every two years in order to limit reselling.

Forbidden fruit would have been eaten because it wasn’t cafeteria food. Paul’s letter to the Romans would become Paul’s email to [email protected].

Reason Cain killed Abel; they were roommates.

Reason why Moses and followers walked in the desert for 40 years: they didn’t want to ask directions and look like freshmen.

Instead of God creating the world in six days and resting on the seventh, he would have put it off until the night before to get it done.

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7 Replies to “The Bible in the 21st Century”

  1. The title probably should have been something like \”the Bible, as written by any 21st Century College Student\” … but that’s outrageously long. I was surprised not to see \”college\” get a mention. A funny list, none-the-less.

    Just stumbled on your blog/site, wanted to drop a comment.

  2. George, thanks for the comment. Hope you do visit regularly.

    College didn’t really strike me to be a context out here, but you do raise a valid point.

    I looked at this as the entire 21st Century culture, not only college, but also work.

  3. Did I mention that I found this to be really funny? And I think MAD was asking if he/she needed to give credit to any particular person as the author of that post.

  4. Nice and funny.Btw, does God need to rebrand? What could be his marketing strategies for the 21st century? Does he need a change in HR too? Popes, Fathers, etal!!

    Engaging questions for u since u r going to do a MBA now!!

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