Comments about ‘'Duck Dynasty' family to release branded Bible’

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Published: Tuesday, June 10 2014 9:57 p.m. MDT

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Hamath
Omaha, NE

Ug.... This is distasteful. Making money off one's faith doesn't appeal to me. It's not about what I would want my faith to be about.

Really???
Kearns, UT

A branded Bible? Really? Seems pretty tacky to me.

Joes toes
west Valley City, UT

HAMATH.......You mean like all the TV preachers, and Mega Churches, and preachers with Armani suits and big limo's etc. Your right that is distasteful

I M LDS 2
Provo, UT

It will be renamed "The Book of Si".

LittleStream
Carson City, NV

Just what we need, someone else telling us how to live Christs teachings. Let's see did Christ make money off of any of his followers? I wonder if Christ were here today, would there be a "reality" show titled "What Would Jesus Do?"

patriot
Cedar Hills, UT

oh my goodness sake - liberals run for cover!!!! How dare the Duck clan publish a King James Bible with UNDERLINED scriptural text and testamonials!! Can you imagine how many poor unsuspecting people will be offended beyond repair after reading these faith promoting testamonials and live changing principles? I mean how dare we allow such blantant Christianty to be published for any unsuspecting atheist to just pick up and read. I think of the damange that will be done when people read about NOT commiting adultery and fornication. This alone might just cause Hollywood to fold up and go out of business..... and finally can you imagine people reading the words of the Apostle Paul about morality and virture. Well I am just shocked that this sort of faith and hope be allowed to be published in PC America. What't next - putting "In God We Trust" on our currancy???

slcdenizen
Murray, UT

@patriot

Lol, many atheists are scripturally proficient. Even more so than believers. Atheists are the ones telling the King about the absence of clothing.

Feel4Education
utah, UT

Anything that invites others to do good is a godly pursuit. I believe reading the bible will be a good thing if people are willing to learn regardless of why they started the journey of knowledge. It may begin by them reading because of duck dynasty, but it will end with them building a testimony of their own is the hope I am sure. I guess it could be worse. They could be selling a duck dynasty playboy edition. Why is it that people only get mad at "Hypocrites" when the Hypocrite tries to do a good thing.

SAS
Sandy, UT

Hm. I wonder how much they'll charge, and if I can afford it.

Perhaps I can find a moneychanger at the temple.

Shaun
Sandy, UT

Making money by using a branded bible is a class act. Did Jesus also incorporate himself?

Really???
Kearns, UT

Now, if the sales of the Bibles went to support a charity, I wouldn't see any problem with this. I don't like this because this appears to just be another branding opportunity for the Duck Dynasty clan to make more money for themselves.

Tyler D
Meridian, ID

Just further evidence that Christians are moving farther away from the core teachings of Jesus all the time. Modern Christianity has much more in common with the self-righteous Scribes and Pharisees Jesus castigated repeatedly.

Some day you might all meet him... good luck with that.

The Wraith
Kaysville, UT

I was disheartened to read that this will just be an already existing translation of the Bible wrapped up as Duck Dynasty merchandise. It would be way more fun and humorous if it was an all new Duck Dynasty translation.

RanchHand
Huntsville, UT

"And God spake unto the Duck and said unto it, feed thou the hunter with thine own body of flesh that he may be filled to fulfillment and sated with the grease from thy bones..."

Money, money, money...

Furry1993
Ogden, UT

The Duck Dynasty group just proved what it is all about -- using religion to acquire filthy lucre. Same on them.

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