Welcome to the webpage of Not the Bible.
A series of satirical mistranslations of several books from the Bible.
Half tongue-in-cheek, half right between the eyes, these books are designed to expose our over-familiarity with scripture, cultural bias, and hidden assumptions.
Suitable for personal devotion, small groups, and as a basis for sermons.
The parables are excellent for use in all age services.
Each week I’ll be releasing a commentary on a passage from The Ungospel of Matthew on the Not the Bible blog.

The Latest From the Blog

Let the children come to me (Not the Bible)

Let the children come to me (Not the Bible)

Jesus said, “Let the children come to me the crèche and do not let them hinder us, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to us adults.” The Ungospel of Matthew 19:14 In Hebrew culture, which was primarily rural in nature, children were considered a blessing. They helped...

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Not the Parables of Jesus

More than 40 different takes on the original parables to snap us out of our over-familiarity and to restore the joy of the Gospel and the discomfort of the Sword of Truth stabbed firmly in your gut.

More Not the Parables of Jesus

Another 40 satirical takes on the original parables to make you laugh and think.

Not the Parable of the Good Samaritan

You’ll never guess what beloved parable has 40 different takes on it?

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