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Elisha the Cruel

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Sep 7, 2004 | 10:58 PM EDT

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This is one of many cartoons that have been and will be produced by members of my web community to depict the Bible in all it's gory, oops I mean glory. This story was never told to me in Bible study. This flash was done by member, "CheapSurprise" at my website: Enjoy.



Rated 4 / 5 stars


I only graded this on graphics and the voices, other than that, it was kinda offensive at the end

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


dude your right i never heard this story in chruch omg it was funny sh!T lol.....never call anyone a bald guy,lol or you will be mauld by bears lol....nice moral to the story...this needs to be on the front page i loved it lol..


Rated 4 / 5 stars


I can't approve of the God bashing...
But that was pretty damn funny!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The narration sucked

I agree with MoralityWatch, the narration was very shallow. What i dont agree with him though is that IF God does exist and so does this story than that means all the other ones are true, such as God forgives and always loves and nice happy things like that. Later in the same book as this it teaches that no one should curse in the name of God, that was the point of the Bears munching on the boys.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Our "loving" God at work

GaryJBlackwell, below, writes "You call attention to the cruelty of the punishment, but you do not make any assertion that the story is not true. How was it that the bears came out at just the time and killed 42 kids? Would it not have been divine justice and intervention?"

I think the point is that IF the story IS true, then God must consider it just and appropriate for young children to be slaughtered by bears for the sin of mocking their eldres. If such a God actually exists, he is an cruel and evil entity not worthy to be worshiped by moral human beings.

My only critique of the video is that the narrative should be louder in relation to the accompanying music.