Most Weird Stories in the Bible

The Bible is one of the most read and translated books in the entire world! It is filled with spiritual wisdom and teachings passed down through generations, but it’s also filled with some pretty crazy stories! Today we’re looking at the weirdest stories that exist in the Bible, the ones that get skipped over because they are too strange! Check them out in this new video!


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  1. Caleb Wright says:

    So it says in genesis that the giants or nephilim survived the flood, it says “there were giants in those days, and the days after”

  2. Rustom Solito says:

    Funny. Many people now are atheist and yet when they got scared they say "oh jesus christ" or having s## "oh my god" ahaha

  3. A Vague & Mysterious Name says:

    Here's the thing about any misunderstandings in the bible. An all-knowing god should have seen that coming and prevented it. Instead we have hundreds of versions of the bible, and thousands of denominations arguing over its meaning. And that means, the bible is the most poorly written book in history, and no one can figure out what it means. And that pretty much guarantees no all-knowing god wrote it. Nor did an all-loving god attempt to fix it.

  4. Jeremy I says:

    These are not even close. Do "Most disturbing things in the bible". Like " Fathers shall lie with thier daughters", and all the other crazy illogical stuff.

  5. FlytheJollyRoger says:

    The nephalem reappearing after the flood is a great example of inconsistencies in the Bible.

  6. najah rudolph says:

    This just further proves how evil and ridiculously false that book is

  7. Thaniel97 says:

    Look into other cultures oral traditions that existed around the same time as the Bible. Many of them share the same story line, but differ between which god or person is interacting with whatever the story covers. You can interpret then as a true event, but interpreted through human experience from that time. Which is why the Bible is more of a one sided religious history book over an objectively true history book

  8. Tarrabyte says:

    Been watching some of your videos based on Christianity and biblical occurrences. I have to say I do agree with a lot of the stuff that although not everything in the Bible is true I do believe that the Bible is a fantastic book to not so much help you understand history but is good for teaching at least. Help you learn who you are as a person who you are supposed to be kind of thing. A little ridiculous but hey the Bible's got some fun stories. Even from a non-religious viewpoint like my own

  9. Levi Paul says:

    Shiba Inu was also in the Ark. Shiba to the moon.

  10. Terence2020 says:

    Most Christians have not read the Bible. You people only read the parts that you think makes it look good. It’s a vile disgusting book!! Read it!!

  11. JAB JAB says:

    To stab someone but can't stab him again because your opponent is to fat is true comedy

  12. Frogletboys says:

    I actually haven't heard some bible stories you just said until now 🙂

  13. shmerelize says:

    As a Jew, I believe that the 6 days of creation could be 6 billion years, cuz days have no meaning to any creation but man

  14. shmerelize says:

    You forgot to mention that there was no forest there in Elisha's story.
    God summoned a forest and sent forth bears.
    There's even a saying in Hebrew, "no bears and no forest" about things that don't really exist, based on the story.

  15. Anthony Guthrie says:

    While I’m an atheist and secular humanist, I find the Bible to be an interesting read. I wish more would read it in its entirety (including Christians).

  16. R. C.I. says:

    This video > The Bible

  17. Addison the. kid says:

    And also the Bible story Noah that's not even weird that is one of my favorites

  18. Addison the. kid says:

    Sorry I meant to say Joseph when I was saying you really need to check it out I was talking about a Bible story about a guy named Joseph

  19. Kenny Hagan says:

    Garbled history and a bunch of superstitious tomfoolery. The problem is that enough of them actually DO take it as literal truth,these folks are generally evangelicals and ultra right wing politically. I live in Texas and am surrounded by such simple, misguided people. I get more out of Sun Tsu and Bugs Bunny.

  20. Child of God says:

    Psalm 14: 1 "THE fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. They are corrupt, they have done abominable works, there is none that doeth good. 2 The LORD looked down from heaven upon the children of men, to see if there were any that did and understand, and seek God. 3 They are all gone aside, they are all together become filthy: there is none that doeth good, no, not one. 4 Have all the workers of iniquity no knowledge? who eat up my people as they eat bread, and call not upon the Lord. 5 There were they in great fear: for God is in the generation of the righteous. 6 Ye have shamed the counsel of the poor, because the Lord is his refuge. 7 Oh that the salvation of Israel were come out of Zion! when the Lord bringeth back the captivity of his people, Jacob shall rejoice, and Israel shall be glad." ✝️✝️✝️✝️✝️✝️

  21. Nick Gamez says:

    5:41 god is petty

  22. J Denavardez says:

    Check out the bible project, they delve into the culture and original language and give context that you never would have thought of

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  24. Gordie Scott says:

    Sorry brother,real Christians do not put limitations on an All Powerful God!!because you have limitations on time,space and understanding of Gods sovereign power!!can't say You believe,when your faith is tested from the start!!either you believe the All Powerful God did all what we see,hear, touch and feel in 6dys or you dont!!that's true faith brother!!

  25. Deon Rudon says:

    Well, as a person that has read the entire Bible and studied it. The video has many misrepresentations and things that are not true. The word Nephilim just means giant or a very tall person.

  26. Chris Srnka says:

    God kills EVERYONE but Noah and his family via flood and apparently that doesn't require some sort of "special context", right? The story seems to make it clear that near total annihilation of humanity was both the goal and result, doesn't it? So why even bat an eye at Elisha Bears vs the "youths"? And does it really make it okay if they were a little older or younger?

  27. A Vague & Mysterious Name says:

    Don't compare God to a parent. The first step of good parenting is showing up, and God hasn't done that yet. He's a deadbeat dad. Or he doesn't exist.

  28. loboblanco says:

    "Did you say 'youts'?"

  29. Chris Alexander Walker says:

    You guys didn't do Eglon justice. When I picture Eglon I think of a mix of a king from that era mixed with aspects of Jubba the Hutt. I wish you drew him fatter. Because the dagger used was kind of a long one and the whole thing was enveloped in fat.

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  31. Ozzie Jim says:

    Hair loss is bad genetics! That’s offensive man..

  32. Pipermint Pat says:

    I grew up extremely Christian, but nk longer identify with any religions. My boyfriend however grew up as a quiet standard (as I've found out) non bible belt child. I share crazy and hilarious bible stories, spiced and hammed up with my own humorous story telling style. He finds it all very entertaining and interesting.