Monday, June 13, 2005

Playful Moods

Some of you may know that I have spent the last few months studying scripture(specifically the Gospel and writings of John, and the Pauline epistles) for my Masters, and on Sunday I took a final that really taxed me mentally. I learned so much, and through it all I kept my sense of humor and playfulness, because after all God did give us a sense of humor, right? As of tomorrow I move on to another subject in my frenetic rush toward my Masters degree. Tomorrow I begin to study the American Catholic Identity. That sounds so interesting to me.

I found this site while checking out one of my favorite blogs, and I want to share it with you all. I found it to be a wonderful whimsical take on Revelation.

So, here is something for you to play with for a while. Enjoy. I will add that it is a bit racy, do watch the ratings on each of the vignettes. Some of them are outrageous and you might want to avoid the ones that are marked for sex, even for toys they are pretty graphic.
The Brick Testament



Mark Mossa, SJ said...


If you're studying American Catholic Identity, I recommend the work of my near-namesake Mark S. Massa, S.J. His "Catholics and American Culture" is very good, and his latest work was on Anti-Catholicism in America.

Good Luck!


Unknown said...


I will add that to my arsenal. Dr Walter has assigned four books and that isn't one of them but I am sure that it will be in the library at Saint Meinrad, where I attend school. I will check it out when I get down there on Friday.

Thanks for the heads up.