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4th Apr '18 10:38:20 AM isolato
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* In ''ComicBook/WackyRaceland'', [[TheFundamentalist Red Baron]] quotes a passage from Genesis about the destruction of Sodam and Gomarrah while watching [[spoiler: Las Vegas being destroyed by a flood from the broken Hoover Dam.]]

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* In ''ComicBook/WackyRaceland'', [[TheFundamentalist Red Baron]] quotes a passage from Genesis about the destruction of Sodam Sodom and Gomarrah Gomorrah
while watching [[spoiler: Las Vegas being destroyed by a flood from the broken Hoover Dam.]]
2nd Apr '18 11:49:24 AM ZimFan89
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* In ''ComicBook/WackyRacelands'', [[TheFundamentalist Red Baron]] quotes a passage from Genesis about the destruction of Sodam and Gomarrah while watching [[spoiler: Las Vegas being destroyed by a flood from the broken Hoover Dam.]]

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* In ''ComicBook/WackyRacelands'', ''ComicBook/WackyRaceland'', [[TheFundamentalist Red Baron]] quotes a passage from Genesis about the destruction of Sodam and Gomarrah while watching [[spoiler: Las Vegas being destroyed by a flood from the broken Hoover Dam.]]
2nd Apr '18 11:49:06 AM ZimFan89
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* In ''ComicBook/WackyRacelands'', [[TheFundamentalist Red Baron]] quotes a passage from Genesis about the destruction of Sodam and Gomarrah while watching [[spoiler: Las Vegas being destroyed by a flood from the broken Hoover Dam.]]
28th Mar '18 5:36:34 PM Rhodes7
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* ''Film/TheFourthWiseMan'' has a more benign example than most here. Artaban, the titular fourth Wise Man who spent a lifetime trying to catch up with Jesus and give him some gems, but is continually delayed and slowly spends out the gems because as a skilled physician he cannot turn away people in need lays dying after failing to prevent the crucifixion when he hears the voice of God reciting Matthew 25:35-40.
-> '''GOD''' ''Artaban, you've already given your gifts to me. When I was hungry you gave me to eat, when I was thirsty you gave me to drink, when I was naked you clothed me, when I was homeless you took me in''
-> '''Artaban''' Not so, my Savior. I never saw you hungry, nor thirsty. I never clothed you. I never brought you into my home. I've never seen you until now.
->'''GOD''' ''Whenever you did these things for the least of my brothers, you did them for me.''
24th Mar '18 11:54:53 AM StarSword
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* Music/{{Sabaton}}'s [[https://youtu.be/Rix1VZOYfSU "Counterstrike"]] compares the Israeli performance in the UsefulNotes/SixDayWar to the Genesis account with the chorus line, "Six days of fire / One day of rest".

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* Music/{{Sabaton}}'s Music/{{Sabaton}}:
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[[https://youtu.be/Rix1VZOYfSU "Counterstrike"]] compares the Israeli performance in the UsefulNotes/SixDayWar [[UsefulNotes/ArabIsraeliConflict Six-Day War]] to [[Literature/BookOfGenesis the Genesis account account]] with the chorus line, "Six days of fire / One day of rest".rest".
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPHKn1JYHcA "The Carolean's Prayer"]] ([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nnfPywPhCVc Swedish lyrics]]) quotes the first half of the Lord's Prayer in Swedish in the bridge verse.
24th Mar '18 11:34:08 AM isolato
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* ''Film/SergeantYork'': Private Alvin York briefly debated the morality of fighting in World War I with his executive officer, Captain Danforth, by exchanging Bible quotes. The captain didn't convince York, but York later found the decisive quotation on his own.

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* ''Film/SergeantYork'': Private Alvin York briefly debated the morality of fighting in World War I with his executive officer, Captain Danforth, by [[QuoteToQuoteCombat exchanging Bible quotes.quotes]]. The captain didn't convince York, but York later found the decisive quotation on his own.
23rd Mar '18 10:50:15 AM Morgenthaler
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* At the end of the first ''Film/MissionImpossible'', the villain quotes the line "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife" to Ethan Hunt for his obvious attraction to the villain's wife. Earlier in the film, the knowledge that the bad guy reads from the Bible became a clue to tracking him down, as well as his real identity.



* At the end of the first ''Film/MissionImpossible'', the villain quotes the line "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife" to Ethan Hunt for his obvious attraction to the villain's wife. Earlier in the film, the knowledge that the bad guy reads from the Bible became a clue to tracking him down, as well as his real identity.
23rd Mar '18 10:49:44 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''SergeantYork'': Private Alvin York briefly debated the morality of fighting in World War I with his executive officer, Captain Danforth, by exchanging Bible quotes. The captain didn't convince York, but York later found the decisive quotation on his own.

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* ''SergeantYork'': ''Film/SergeantYork'': Private Alvin York briefly debated the morality of fighting in World War I with his executive officer, Captain Danforth, by exchanging Bible quotes. The captain didn't convince York, but York later found the decisive quotation on his own.


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* At the end of the first ''Film/MissionImpossible'', the villain quotes the line "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife" to Ethan Hunt for his obvious attraction to the villain's wife. Earlier in the film, the knowledge that the bad guy reads from the Bible became a clue to tracking him down, as well as his real identity.
22nd Mar '18 12:13:54 PM longWriter
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* ''Music/KidsPraise'': Being a Christian work aimed at kids, Bible quotes are expected to crop up. One song in the fifth album is even a series of Bible quotes, listed in alphabetical order!
5th Mar '18 3:08:29 PM Angeldeb82
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** Speaking of ''Entertainment Weekly'': In the "Bullseye" section (#1505, March 9, 2018) one arrow that's pointed close to between "Miss" and "Near-Miss" says, "For our very real review of ''Living Bibically'' [the TV series], please go look up Mark 11:14", which is actually an excerpt from the story of Jesus cursing a fig tree[[note]]Mark 11:12-14, 20-25; also in Matthew 21:18-22[[/note]]; this Bible verse actually quotes Jesus' words to the fruitless fig tree (which the Bullseye staff foretells of the TV show), "May no one ever eat of your fruit again!" (NAB)
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