Trade Bibles for Porn

The “Humanist Examiner” at Examiner.com highlighted a story on “Porn for Bibles.” It is now a yearly event by The Atheist Agenda (note the sarcasm, please) called “Smut for Smut” equivocating the obscene Biblical stories with the perceived obscenity of explicit porn. They also include the Torah and Koran. If you had one of these extra holy books lying around you could of made a pretty good deal I bet.

The original story appears at Woai.com, local news for San Antonio, Texas and of course notes that this campaign has helped to bring Christians together without really exploring why the Bible could be considered obscene. The activist group set up their booth on the UTSA campus with a large sign that read: Atheist Agenda which could easily be seen by people passing by. Good for them and what a bold and creative statement.

What I’m really curious about is what kind of porn? Tame like Playboy or hardcore like Hustler? Or I guess I could read my Bible but the obscene parts are mixed with violence so I’m not sure that’s a healthy way to get off.

4 thoughts on “Trade Bibles for Porn

  1. Is there any way to view any of the Parables movies online? I was watching one on Daystar earlier tonight and somehow I lost the feed and when I went back to try to find it I couldn’t. I wanted to see the rest of the movie to the end, but now I can’t. Guess I should have recorded it. Is there a listing somewhere of the movies so I could find it?

    I never caught the name, but it is about Amy Newhouse and her battle with cancer at the age of 16.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  2. Greetings,
    I was tying to register for the website but it would not accept my username. I tried just kaswift and kaswift123@gmail.com.

    Also, I am tying to locate the Parales movies (love them!). Are they available for 24/7 viewing? If so, where are they located? I located the movie reviews but not the movies.

    In advance thank you for your assistance.

    Blessings,

    Kelly

  3. Unfortunately, the comments on Parables TV are reaffirming a stereotypical belief that the kind of people who watch Parables TV aren’t so bright. Look at the article title and look at the site you’re on? Do you think this site has anything to do with support for Parables TV?

    Unless this is a wonderful prank on me, then I approve.

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