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Messed-Up Bible Stories 8

rated 4.42 / 5 stars
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Jun 1, 2010 | 6:10 PM EDT

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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 3.5 / 5 stars

A solid show that has some problems developing...

Even though this is an awesome series, it's getting seriously repetitive and predictable. Try mixing it up a little bit. Noah, Lot and now Abraham have all had more-or-less interchangeable personalities, and the "God is a moron" routine is thiiiis close to getting old. The only time that it didn't constantly go on about how irrational God's actions were was episode 3, which focused on Adam's family more than God for a change.

And another key problem: for a series called "Messed-up Bible Stories" they're really not all that messed-up. True; all the characters are rude and completely out-of-character, but other than that, the actions and the story is largely the same as the actual Bible stories. Honestly, Veggietales deviates from the Bible more than this show. For example: have Solomon not actually be able to knock over the pillars, so after embarrassing himself trying, he puts a bomb on it. See? Something like that. :)

What story is next? Jacob and Esau? I bet you could do a lot of crazy stuff with that.

Samination responds:

Ya, I understand your point, but I want to make what's written in the bible - and in order. If some of the episodes seem redundant, it's because the stories in the bible are redundant. However, I think the next couple of stories are much different, and hilarious.

The idea wasn't to deviate so much like Veggietales would, as I find the real stories pretty funny as is. :P So, the title refers to the stories in the Bible already being pretty messed up in their own right. It wasn't meant to refer to me changing them up or anything like that.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

it was ok

it was o.k. but, Abraham wasn't mad after God stopped him from sacrificing Isaac.

Samination responds:

Yeah, he was happy about almost killing his son, and actually burnt up that Ram for the lord instead. Why does god enjoy burning animals so much? And why dont they do it now for him?


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

hahaha funny

dad were you really going to kill me? Shutup!

haha very nice job

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

I can see what your getting at

but as a christian and person who knows this story pretty well, I can see where you twisted the logic in this video.

but whatever, free speech and all.

Samination responds:

The only "twist" was at the end when Abraham gets pissed at God. Of course, in the bible Abraham was happy as a clam that he was tricked and even burnt that ram for God. lulz.


Rated 3 / 5 stars


The concept was good, mabey a bit unoriginal, but good, but it just wasnt actually as funny as it had the potential to be. just my opinion

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