Starting Leviticus! Yay! It’s out of the gates fast with the great home recipes for your very own animal sacrifice! These high fat, high cholesterol sacrificial recipes will please even your most angry god, and of course the priests take their cut…
I can’t even tell you what happens in this podcast. No really. It’s too painful. Just imagine the worst possible thing that could ever happen to a podcast. Yeah, that’s what happened in this one. I want to punch Moses in the face harder than possible
So god is super pissed at his chosen people for being so worthless, but they are in luck because they have Moses, who has the virtue of being completely ordinary. Persuaded by Moses’ mundaneness, god is appeased and accepts them back into his life.
Last podcast was the worst podcast ever created, but this podcast is the GREATEST one ever created. It’s so good that it is proof of god. Because how could there be a good podcast without a god? Anyway, we get to the golden calf. HILARIOUS!
This is the worst podcast anyone has ever made. I really, strongly, emphatically ask you not to listen to it. I have never read something as stupid and boring and everything as this reading. I am dumbfounded by it. Please don’t listen, I beg you.
Lots more of the pointless Law; I mean lots more; no really, a crapload more; god spells out to PRECISE detail how he needs his ark of the covenant to be made, and I wonder why he didn’t take some care to protect and maintain it then…
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS!; but first a bunch of weird crap with Moses and the Israelites. Remind me again why they are the chosen people? There is NOTHING special about them, in fact they are kind of irritating, and more than a little gassy.
More episodes in the ridiculous saga that is the fake exodus: even though every one is dead in Egypt, the Pharaoh somehow gets an army to do after the Israelites; said army is mounted on horses that were also killed in previous chapters; and more recap.
God continues the pointless torture of an entire people. I can’t wait to move on from this bit, it really was agonizing. So repetitive and obviously fake.
In this episode, God inflicts torture on an entire people in order to prove to them that he is God. A slightly better alternative would have been some sort of mass harmless miracle witnessed by everyone. Did God just not have the time?