God dag! Swedes of the world rejoice, for publisher Marcus Forlag has just published De Tio Budorden, a Swedish translation of The Brick Testament: The Ten Commandments! This marks the seventh foreign language book release for the Brick Testament series, and brings the number of languages in which Brick Testament books have been published up to five. For more details and sample pages of all the foreign language Brick Testament releases, see the Book Translations page at thebricktestament.com.
Archive for July, 2007
Two and a half years after striking Southeast Asia with a massive tsunami that killed more than 200,000 men, women, and children, God is reportedly dissatisfied with the lasting effects the disaster and is weighing his options. “I really thought the tsunami would change things. It seemed like the right thing to do at the time. But now everything is pretty much back to the way it was,” said God, “except for those 200,000 people who are dead. They’re still dead.” God has kept a low profile since late 2004, only sending out the occasional hurricane, cholera epidemic, or helping sports teams to victory, but now says He is seriously considering “something big”.
The Brick Testament website has been updated this week with six new illustrated stories that kick off a new section of the site called David vs Saul. These new stories pick up right where the King Saul stories ended (quick refresher: young David has just decapitated Goliath, and King Saul’s son Jonathan has developed strong feelings for David and given him his clothes). Now join us as Saul’s jealous rage turns deadly and Jonathan and David’s relationship becomes forbidden.