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Incredibly Tacky Biblical Action Figures

Looking for some distinctly Christian entertainment to keep the kids away from "secular" pursuits?  How about a line of "Christian" action figures to keep the kiddos busy?

You can take your choice between a very white Adam, and a dark-skinned Adam!

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Then you can pick between a black or white Jesus (with a black or white Mary, of course).  Jesus comes complete with action grip hand! 

But my Favorite is Job -- he comes complete with sores!  job.gif

Unfortunately, the sores don't show up as well on the optional black Job.

To see the entire tacky line, Click here: train up a child biblical action figures,Jesus Action Figure, biblical action figures, bible action figures, jesus

(H. T. Rich Gilbert)

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    The Riddleblog has run across a company selling these bible action figures. You can buy Jesus, Mary, Adam, David, a really big Goliath, and others. You can even choose whether you want your Jesus to have dark skin or light...

Reader Comments (9)

Most action figures come w/ a accessory.

Maybe Job could come w/ some green ooze for the sores. Kids love green ooze.

Maybe that will be the next witnessing tool for these action figures. Christian ooze.
May 11, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterHerb Grimaud
per chance, are these wooden (i)dolls?
May 12, 2006 | Unregistered Commenterchris sherman
So, looks like Adam did have a belly button after all.
Was it really necessary to post an image of Christ? I believe my standards (Westminster Larger Catechism 108-110) and your own (Heidelberg Catechism 96-98) forbid such images.
May 12, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterScott Roper
Heidelberg q&a 97 states: "God forbids making or having such images IF ONE'S INTENTION IS TO WORSHIP THEM or to serve God through them." This is a very important condition.
May 13, 2006 | Unregistered Commenterbil
That part is talking about images of creatures, not God. "God neither can, nor may be represented by any means: but as to creatures; though they may be represented..." and then it goes on to the part you paraphrased.
May 13, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterScott Roper
It's not an image of Christ, its an image of someone else's image of Christ... wait a minute...
May 15, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterM Burke
Jesus action figures are nothing new. There was a line of toys of historical figures made a few years ago. The Jesus figure had scars in his hands, feet and side and came with loaves of bread.

My favorite figure from the line was the Marie Antoinette with detachable head.

So, what other action features or accessories should these figures have?
May 17, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterAndrew Alvarez
"So, what other action features or accessories should these figures have?"

How 'bout a flame throwing Elijah? A worm eaten Herod complete with a belly full of gummy worms? I can only imagine the "fun" that can be had with a Sodom and Gomorah playset...sigh
May 17, 2006 | Unregistered Commenterroadwearyexpastor

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