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Welcome to the official podcast of the Holy Bible! Join comedians Sean McLoughlin and Eliot J Fallows (from Chortle Award nominated podcast 'Heal Your Wounds') as they delve into the good book so you don't have to. This podcast is brought to you by the good people at BibleCorp. Follow the show on Twitter @BiblePod (http://www.twitter.com/biblepod) .

Sean & Eliot Read The Bible BibleCorp (Sean McLoughlin & Eliot J Fallows)

    • Comedy
    • 5.0, 57 Ratings

Welcome to the official podcast of the Holy Bible! Join comedians Sean McLoughlin and Eliot J Fallows (from Chortle Award nominated podcast 'Heal Your Wounds') as they delve into the good book so you don't have to. This podcast is brought to you by the good people at BibleCorp. Follow the show on Twitter @BiblePod (http://www.twitter.com/biblepod) .

    3: Acts of the Apostles

    3: Acts of the Apostles

    The world may be falling apart but you can't stop us from reading the "good" book. No matter how many times you ask us not to...
    "Hush! HUSH!" we shout, ripping pages out of more enjoyable books while we watch you and your dumb children crying about it.
    "Please, stop reading the Bible. Stop making podcasts!" You yell, wrongly.
    "We are your saviours and we have come," One of us says while the other rolls his Eliot eyes. "What the world needs right now is more BiblePod. You are so welcome."
    As long as the sun shines, as long as the bird sings, as long as the infinite reach of space envelops our flawed and beautiful planet, we shall read this book and you will listen to our stupid chat.

    • 55 min
    2: The Resurrection of Christ

    2: The Resurrection of Christ

    It's part two of our series four kick-off!
    Jesus is dead. The show is surely over...
    No! Just like E.T., Gandalf and Reese Witherspoon, Christ returns to save the day.
    Also one of us farts in this episode about 37 minutes in.
    Recorded in self-isolation because we honestly can't stand each other anymore.

    • 49 min
    1: The Death of Christ

    1: The Death of Christ

    And low! All the citizens of Earth were locked away to live out their darkest days alone. But fear not for your heroes have returned to do a final series...
    In the first part of a two-parter, we read the story of the first Good Friday, in which Jesus was born? I don't know. We haven't read it yet. 
    Part two is released in two days (on Easter Sunday!) so maybe listen to this one ASAP to get ready!
    Recorded in self-isolation, just for fun.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    10: Miracles (A Magic Show Special)

    10: Miracles (A Magic Show Special)

    Well tickle my berries, it's another series finale!
    We wrap up this momentous chapter of our show with some of the most well-known stories about Jesus and his spells. You want some fish and bread? You got it. You're lame? Not any more! Sick of swimming? Walk on that water, idiot!
    You want series 4? Verily Verily, your wish is our command! See you soon for our Good Friday/ Easter Sunday DOUBLE-BILL...

    • 1 hr 9 min
    9: Jesus Meets The People

    9: Jesus Meets The People

    VERILY, VERILY! Sometimes we read stories. Sometimes we don't. Don't get us wrong, we cover some important stuff, but when the Bible doesn't provide something meaty, we put on a show, Gourd-dammit. A song to unite the world? That's for the courts to decide...

    • 58 min
    8: Water into Wine

    8: Water into Wine

    "Toxic masculinity" is a phrase that's constantly being chucked around these days, but what does it really mean? How can we - as a society - not only analyse the building blocks of daily norms and cultural touchstones, but also break them down to hopefully create a more accepting, loving and respectful world? Is it possible to drill into centuries of psychological and sociological foundations to grasp the beating heart of this whatever to uh huh? Can we do it by discussing Jesus' lad crew and that time they went boozing? No. 

    • 1 hr 6 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
57 Ratings

57 Ratings

skylight* ,

The Bible aka family members doing each other hard

This would have made Sunday school a lot more interesting. Both big and clever.

willsimpson1 ,

Craig

Those songs are very lol

Dpjrob ,

Educational

My daughter (4 years old) started school this year and have found this to be very useful in answering some of the questions on faith and how we should behave to each other.
In hindsight maybe should have waited until the New Testament as she is currently smiting a lot and saying one thing then denying it. Just like the old God so it really shows how well she listens.
Baking bread later

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