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Jun 1, 2010 | 6:10 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place June 2, 2010

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God commands Abraham to kill his son for some reason.

Frontpag'd on 6/2/10

Written, Animated and Voiced by Sam T
http://www.samtproduction olaworld

Isaac Voiced By
Nick Sumbles - FatKidWitAJetPak

Narrator Voiced by
Jeffrey Wisenbaugh II m

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'm a christian and I liked it.

Digs at established religions aren't necessary Pimp-My-Clown. I found it an amusing spin on an otherwise serious story. Nice worl.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


I liked the flash but i hate all these christians saying 'oh ho if god were to see this he'd probably laugh' or trying to do what they do best and read into it way too much and try to pass everything off as metaphors. If this flash were to have any purpose other than for laughs, it would be to put the message that the bible is ridiculous into a form that you halfwits can understand.

So far it's failed that purpose.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Hey... this isn't exactly how it really happened... LOL


Rated 5 / 5 stars

EPIC Bible Stories

Nothing but net. I was so hopeing you would do Abraham sacraficing his son! Awesome.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

A different perspective

I have kind of a unique perspective on this story - as a devout Christ-follower who has recently been separated from his one and only son. A lot of people say this is about "testing faith" - and I don't quite agree with that. God was doing a work in Abraham's heart. The pride of a man, especially during that time period, was his children, especially sons. God called Abraham to sacrifice his PRIDE, and every step of that journey created a change in Abraham. Each step he sacrificed more of his pride. Each stone he used to create the altar was a "giving over" of his future hopes and joys to God. When the work was complete, Abraham was both the altar and sacrifice - his pride, his identity, his hopes - and there was no need to sacrifice his son. You see a man who has given his son over to God and see that same man's son returned to him by that same God - that man has been purified and transformed. Most people don't really understand that or why that is a big deal. In this story, Abraham sacrificed himself and became one with God.

Anyway, Sam. Great work as always - and as always, we will come at this God thing from very different directions! Keep creating. :D

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Samination responds:

Whoa! It's Daniel! :D