Bible Stories in Text: Adam and Eve A tale as old as time, told in a new way… ****** ****** ****** ****** Two missed calls One voicemail Related
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My little riblet… If there was this of the bible when I went to Sunday school, I’d have paid more attention.
Yeah, I hear ya. There’s only so much one can take away from felt boards and macaroni crafts.
Sunday School these days is more arts and crafts and less of these stories. Great take on an old story.
True, arts and crafts can be overdone. Glad you enjoyed this, it was fun to do.
Much satisfaction, once again. Fave bits: “It’s the pretty part”, “You want me to tell him that?”, “He’s very articulate” and, of course, the missed calls and voicemail got me again. Yay!
I always thought Eve got a bum rap in the original story, so a retelling seemed in order. Glad you enjoyed it. 😉
Me again. For your consideration: I think my next Clam Bake will involve the Bonny-Campers sitting around the fire and sharing their own tales. Would you mind if I used one of your Bible Stories? Introduced by giving you a pleasantly quirky cameo and a link-back, of course. No pressure if it doesn’t feel like the right fit, just let me know…
Oh, that sounds fun! Yes, borrow whatever story you like. Thanks!
Eve was doomed either way – sometimes it feels like not much has changed for women since then?
Yeah, I know. It can be disheartening, especially when I hear people (men) use this story to explain our inequality.
Really guys? Really?!
No words for that equality dumb-bomb. Really is a good expletive sometimes 🙂
This puts a really new slant on the Bible and on texting. I must say, I like it!
Thanks Claremary! Have to admit, it’s dang fun to do — though maybe it’s just as well my mom’s not around to read it! 😉
Very good, love it!
Thanks Andrew! 😊
This is brilliant, CJ!
Thanks Mitch! Glad you liked it!
Reblogged this on Mitch Teemley and commented:
I don’t do a lot of reblogs. But this string of text messages between ADAM & EVE, as reported by one of my favorite bloggers, C.J. Hartwell, simply refuses (like a certain infamous fruit) to be ignored! Only, in this case, it’s a sin NOT to read it! ~Mitch
I have no idea how you created the fake text exchange, but the dialogue is brilliant. I especially enjoyed where Eve says she wants some alone time and Adam is all, “But we’re the only ones here!”