01 September, 2008

Thomas Kincade Bible Set for Release

Serious Preface: Before today's silliness I would echo my brother's request from yesterday. Please be in prayer for those in the path of Hurricane Gustav. I am particularly concerned as a good 75% of my immediate family live in Baton Rouge, Louisiana (including Brother Slawson!) So as most of you are waking up and reading this Monday morning, they are going to be hunkered down. Thanks. Now you can laugh...

Word Publishing is gearing up for its latest release the Thomas Kincade Bible of Light. The Bible features over 400 inspiring paintings by the popular artist intermingled with the NIV version of the Bible.

"This is an exciting new release," said Michael Patterson, chief editor for the project. "We think that this Bible will really inspire people as they read God's Word each day, or each week, or month. It also makes a great conversation piece, so one might could say it is perfect as a tool for sharing the gospel."

The Bible is set to go on sale this Friday at major Christian retailers around the country, and will be available in genuine leather, calfskin or gold leaf. The Bible also comes with a deluxe display case. Prices range from $189.99 for the genuine leather edition to $679.99 for the deluxe gold leaf, Young Pastor's Study Edition with built-in security alarm for the display case.

6 comments:

Chris said...

This Word of God can be yours for only 52 payments of $399.95, plus tax, tag and title, with approved credit. Must be 18 or older, may cause dizziness, drowsiness or fatigue. Stop reading the Bible of Light if you experience rapid heartbeat or a desire to live on a farm in a meadow beside a brook.

Chris said...

Oh, and praying for your family :-) I thank God for you!

Elijah said...

I work in a Christian Book store, and sadly, there already exists a Thomas Kinkade Bible, the "Lighting the Way Home Family Bible."

Dave Miller said...

Is it tax deductible?

Anika Q said...

This site is not only funny, it is also immensely educative. You are regularly forced to go Googling to understand the satire, thus gaining exposure to a wide range of religious nonsense. :)

Jim Pemberton said...

"Look at all the pretty pictures, Mommy! I could make up a story to go with them!"