I remember this story!
Ah yes. The she bears. Keep up the good work. However, the audio quality in this one was a bit lacking, which made it hard to hear what was said. Once again, thanks for drawing the more extreme stories from the bible into view.
Good work - And very educational!
I'm afraid I don't agree with you, Verdant-Truth. Hebrew is clear about "little children" involved; that of "wicked young & vagrant men up to thirty" and stuff like that are only desperate attempts of fundies trying to racionalize this barbarical story by twisting the true sense of the words and their context. I hope you are not being cheated by those unreliable "expert" preachers.
I think the cartoon is O.K.
Awesome sound and animation. If anyone is interested, this story is found in II Kings, chapter 2, verse 23-24. I know it's a bit strange. Anyhow, they weren't smiling little children. The actual Hebrew translates more to "Young men".
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Notbad work here, the artwork was very impressive, and the animating was decent, as for the comtent well it could be based of of ones opinion but it was decent the artwork was the best part, and maybe the filesize could be better, but im sure you know this already, interesting view on things so notbad keep it up...
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.