Well it's been about 2000 years, doesn't the Bible deserve a sequel or maybe even a decent trilogy?
Y'know something like when the army of demons lead by Satan rise up from the ground to take over planet earth turning humanity into slaves making them work for less than minimum wage with retaliation from the dynamic three-o, God, Jesus and the Holy Ghost (whoever he is) backed by an entourage of angels coming to the human rescue kicking some demon ***, epic battles with loads of blood, gore 'n stuff. Throw in a couple of sex scenes, a bit of nudity here and there and the usual stoning and miracles to keep the fans happy, I could be onto a good book here.
Of course there's always the happy ending with possible doom with The dynamic three-o kicking Satans butt and him shaking his fists at the end shouting " you may have beaten me now God, Jebus and the Holy whoever you are, but you've never heard the last of Satan (fading out to credits with his evil laughter), HA HA HA HA HA HA."
So what do you think, am I onto something here???
As long as we stay adamant that this actually happened for real they'll most likely still believe it in another 2000 years. Open up a few more churches and cathedrals, think of the money that could be made not counting the merchandise, Jesus T-shirts and Dynamic Three-o action figures.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Why have a sequel when you can just keep rewriting the same thing over and over and over?
A Short History of the Bible
Today we still have dozens of Bible translation versions, with Bible scholars still arguing over the meaning and proper translations of words and phrases. The following shows just a few of the most popular versions:
King James Version (KJV)
The New King James Version (NKJV)
Modern King James Version [Green's Translation] (MKJV)
Literal Translation Version [Green] (LITV)
International Standard Version (ISV)
The New International Version (NIV)
English Standard Version (ESV)
New English Bible (NEB)
American Standard Version (ASV)
New American Standard Bible (NASB)
Revised Standard Version (RSV)
New Revised Standard Version (NRSV)
Contemporary English Version (CEV)
Today's English Version (TEV)
The Living Bible (LB)
New Century Version (NC)
New Life Version (NLV)
New Living Translation (NLT)
Young's Literal Translation (YLT)
Revised Young's Literal Translation (RYLT)
John Darby's New Translation
Weymouth New Testament Translation
(One might wonder what will happen to the "new" revisions a few hundred years from now. Nevertheless, the King James Version still remains the most used Bible in the world today and it will probably continue its popularity long into the future.)
No doubt that future versions of Bibles will surface in the future: revisions of previously revised Bibles and newer revisions of new versions. The history of the many versions of the Bible stories, from the ancient Mesopotamian myths to the varied interpretations, interpolations, and versions of the Bible speaks volumes about the reliability of their interpretations and the alleged "truth" they claim the Bible holds, because it shows that the Bible comes not from supernatural agents but rather from human imagination. We have not one shred of evidence for the supernatural influence on human written works (and mostly from unknown authors), but we do have an abundance of evidence for human recorded beliefs and myths. This shows a marked difference between those of scientific works and those deriving from religious minds. For example, Euclid's Elements written around 300 B.C.E. has changed little since its inception. Scientists don't argue and debate about its meaning because they know it doesn't represent an absolute or fixed work. It only provides a step in the understanding of geometry. Most Christian apologists, on the other hand, view the Bible as fixed and absolute, if only they could only just get the interpretation correct. But regardless of how much they want the Bible to reflect their particular beliefs, they can never dislodge the violence and atrocities described and condoned by their God in the stories in the Old Testament. Nor can they dismiss the even more horrific result of the horrors of Hell as amplified by the words of the alleged Jesus in the New Testament where almost everyone on earth dies in eternal fire. In short, Bible belief influences horror, not by the majority but by the few that actually believe in its macabre prophecy and have the power to force their beliefs onto the majority.
We have little reason to think that violence inspired by Bibles and other religious texts will ever cease. One only has to look at the religious wars around the world to see belief's everlasting destructive potential. One only has to look at the Protestant-Catholic uprising in Ireland, the conflicts in the middle east with Jews fighting Moslems & Christians, the Gulf war, Sudan's civil war between Christians and Islamics, the Bosnia conflicts, and the war in Iraq. The desperate acts of fanatical individuals who have killed for their beliefs of Jesus, Mohammed, God or Satan would create a death list unmatched by any other method in history. The "Holy" Bible supports the notion of war and destruction, not only as a prophesy but as a moral necessity. If we wish to become a peaceful species, it may well serve us to understand the forces of belief that keep us in continual conflict and why the Bible has such a stronghold on the minds of people around the world.
- Trollface.jpgLv 41 decade ago
The Bible has been around this long because it is widely accepted and it's even older than the Quaran. Don't make fun of the Christians in here, as it is very unneeded. We, the true Christians, don't find this funny. THE BIBLE IS NOT A MERCHANDISING PLOY! Most of the stores I know that sell items that have to do with the Bible, usually donate their money to an orphanage, a church, or even those people in Africa that are too lazy to go hunt for their own freaking food!
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
1) Well it's been about 2000 years, doesn't the Bible deserve a sequel or maybe even a decent trilogy?
Come on, now - it's already a hexakontalogy (66 books) - even in the Protestant editions. How many do you want? Maybe you should check out the Ethiopian Orthodox Church - 81 books, I believe...
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- 1 decade ago
you may not agree but this is the better of the two
you just have to except people stop ANALYZING!!!! them....
oh righteous one.......
dont expect **** from people all you can do is talk and make friendly conversation....dont judge,analyse,think about what they say[only if its directed at you though] other than that bottom line is dont EXPECT anything from them and i mean anything and youll get along just cherry.
Otherwise you'll just be a . . . . . loner 0.0
very well put schizophrenia follows the same path in life perhaps other disabilities and witchcraft ok and illuminati
spirtuality should one day however (and id like to support it i hope you as well) a balance of free will balanced harmony
this to me is the definition of a saint that the pope recognises and so forth
big difference from me to you however i put others before myself even here at yahoo but honstly am cautious
this is a leaches feeding ground
there are two paths however one path is the short and narrow the other is a path of a judgemental wide path
know these were your words however you are far and few between in admiring the finish line of your definition of the illuminatiSource(s): witchcraft derives from wanta bee schizophreics all the examples root from it example noahs and his ark a little mind numb at the moment however the movie on mars with arnorld shortsnigger and all the deformities of only phycics may be our future of distracted dna and perhaps cloans or from radiation mother nature follows this path and nurtures it if you (mankind(hopeful illuminati) extract money from the equation then the definition it self is the meek including illuminati rich or poor you should figure our the stigma of me calling you illuminati wanna be schizophrenics. why are the illuminati so easy manipulated except the monkeys
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Mel Gibson made the passion, Scorsese made the temptation, all we need is J3: The Return by John Woo starring Jason Stratham as Jesus and Chow Yon Fat as Peter.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
The new testament is the sequel. Unlike most things, it's better than the first ones. At least in terms of its intended purpose as a moral guide, but that's bad for a film because there's less sex and violence.
- bindysdogsLv 71 decade ago
In the next 2000 years that will be a new chapter of life, but not in the life we know of as today. There will be a book of life, it's up to you tobe a part of that history or not. I think you have already decided that that particular trilogy wont be a part of your history...Sorry
- GodotIsWaiting4ULv 41 decade ago
Talk to Islam. I believe they have the sequel you seek. Otherwise, just wait around; plenty of crazy sects out there, one of them's gotta turn out something like that sooner or later.
- .Lv 61 decade ago
they ripped the storyline to pieces but the context remained the same have you heard of the matrix trilogy?
- i believe
- the Trinity is most beautiful
two things you'll rarely find an atheist say