Don't know why they used the headline. The body reads like a support of having real life installations of biblical events. I particularly like how the writer stresses how Christianity has fundamentally passed stories through generations by adapting to new forms of storytelling. (Tweet Bible, anyone?)

via The Atlantic

via The Atlantic

I only wish we could create something similar to African stories. I can do with an African park depicting, say, the Yoruba creation story; the sand-scattering hen that forms the earth, the drunk Obatala and the disabled human forms created under a drunken spur etc. etc.

The Obsession With Biblical Literalism by CARMINE GRIMALDI