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Gay Version of the Bible

Wednesday, December 3, 2008 4 comments

An American film producer is publishing a gay version of the Bible. It will be called the Princess Dianna Bible and is set to release in the spring of 2009. In this version God creates Aida and Eve not Adam and Eve. There is also talk of a two-part mini-series after it is completed.

Max Mitchell the film producer says "There are many different versions of the Bible; I don't see why we can't have one." He then asks "There are 116 versions of the Bible, why is any of them better than ours?" Is this guy for real? You cannot just change something (especially the Bible) to make it fit your agenda.

When asked about how he came up with the idea he said "I got the idea for the Princess Diana Bible from Horror In The Wind," he added. "After the world becomes gay, religious people create The Princess Diana Bible, which says that gay is right and straight is a sin. Then they burn all the King James Bibles."



4 comments: to “ Gay Version of the Bible so far...

  • RightMichigan.com December 4, 2008 at 2:38 AM

    So that's the real dream... Bible burning.

    Where was the last place they burned Bibles en masse again?

    Oh, right, Germany in the 40s.


  • Anonymous December 4, 2008 at 8:34 AM

    I cannot believe how our society has been so accepting of this lifestyle. Pretty soon I fear as was previously stated on this blog all Bible believing Christians will have no choice but to assemble in underground churches.

  • slbillingsley December 4, 2008 at 3:47 PM

    Okay - why the name Princess Diana? I liked Princess Diana, and she was far from gay. And is Horror in the Wind a parody of Candle in the Wind - the song that Elton John changed for her funeral? Hmmmm. Weird. And it still is biased you know - it seems to be geared toward lesbians. What about Adam and Steve? HAHA... next up - The Cheech and Chong Bible for Marijuana Lovers...

  • MikeT December 5, 2008 at 9:59 AM

    Nothing surprises me about the gay community these days. In fact, I think this is probably one of the least surprising things I have ever seen them do.

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