September 12, 2003

Bargain of the Day: even dumber Bible

Darren Barefoot directs us to this remarkable publication.

In focus groups, online polling, and one-on-one discussion, Transit has found that the number one reason teens don't read the Bible is that it is too big and freaky looking. This fashion-magazine format for the New Testament is the perfect solution to that problem. Teen girls feel comfortable exploring the Scriptures and over 500 further-study notes because of the relevant format!

Darren comments: What's next? Gilgamesh as a pop-up book? The idea is not that new. Back in November 2002, the Prattle noted Brio, a well established fundie magazine aimed at teenage girls.

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Actually, I'd pay to see the myth of Gilgamesh as a pop-up book. No, really.

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