We all make mistakes, some of them are just funnier than others

Those of you on our email list know what a funny little mistake I made last week … When describing DVD 3: Wanderin’ in the Desert, the email said, “discover why we CAN’T believe what the Bible says.”

It should have (obviously) said, “discover why we CAN believe what the Bible says.”


Thankfully, the What’s in the Bible? audience is forgiving … but more than just forgiving, you all are also rather witty. So I thought that I would share some of my favorite responses to the unfortunate error (which was quickly corrected in a second email and a Facebook post):

– “So what you’re saying is that Sunday School Lady needs to get her prescription checked, right.  Hahaha.”

– “So, like the infamous “adulterer’s Bible” would this be the atheist’s VeggieTales?”

– “Its all good ‘as long as Clive and Ian get it right!‘”

– “Hey God forgives, why shouldn’t we?  Trust me I have to deal with typos all the time. Church bulletins are notorious for them.”

– “So would this be something like in Leviticus and punishable by death? Oh wait, we are not an earthly kingdom anymore so I guess not!”

Thanks for being so quick to forgive and so funny while doing it … The community we have is a blessing for sure, and I hope you all enjoy it as much as I do!

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Harlan Reinders
Harlan Reinders

Phil, Tx's for your new series to teach kids about the Bible. There seems to be a dearth of knowledge among kids about what God has to say. I realize just to know about God is only a building block, but a solid foundation in this area is vital. Serving Him Together, Harlan Reinders Station Manager WHEM (FM) Eau Claire, WI


If you think about it, its wasnt such a bit deal since everyone knew it was just a mistake.