A Story of God and All of Us: A Novel Based on the Epic TV Miniseries “The Bible” has great Amazon reviews
‘A Story of God and All of Us’ is a book based on a TV show based on the Bible. So it’s basically just a very condensed version of the Bible. This fact didn’t get past Amazon reviewers, who gave the book some great reviews.
Collection of heavy metal books found in Jordan could be the most important Biblical archaeology find since the Dead Sea Scrolls
Okay, forget for a second that this is about Biblical archaeology and just think of it as archaeology, because it’s a pretty huge deal in understanding the history of religion in the Middle East. And it’s one of the coolest looking ancient artifacts I’ve seen in a while. Also… HEEEEAVY METAAAAAL!
Good news Ohio— in case of another massive, humanity ending flood, you might be safe if you’re in the Cincy area. Maybe. The Creation Museum in Cincinnati is expanding and will be building a full-sized replica of the Ark based on biblical descriptions.
The Bible Online is still in development, but the game’s developer’s have realized that the name “The Bible Online” is really bad in terms of search engine optimization, and for a browser-based MMO, that’s bad. So the developers are now asking the fan community to come up with a brand new, snazzy name.
One of Moses’ big moments in Biblical history was parting the Red Sea so that his people could cross over to the promise land. Like many things in the Bible, it sounds like a bunch of hooey, but according to scientists, with the right strong wind conditions, it’s actually quite possible.
The Bible Online is a new browser-based MMO from German company FiAA that takes players through various stories from the Bible. Like any other MMO RPG, you level your character through the Holy Land and you can even raise hero units such as Abraham and whoever.
Now that Will Smith has successfully added his tween kung-fu son into The Karate Kid, he’s now got his eyes on the Bible. As in he wants to do a Bible story movie. With vampires. Hell, why not? Vampires are everywhere these days except the Bible.