BRF news: Would you Adam and Eve it? The Bible in Cockney’s back!

Would you Adam and Eve it? The Bible in Cockney’s back!

When it was first published in 2001, The Bible in Cockney created a media storm as tabloids, broadsheet newspapers, radio and international TV stations rushed to get the good news out.

Well, it’s back.

If you missed the fun first time around, don’t miss out again!

Read how Adam and Eve make a bloomin’ big mistake; how God is not ‘appy with Jonah, how David gives a giant geezer a good kicking and why Noah built a bloomin’ massive nanny.

In Mark’s Gospel discover how God’s own currant makes a Jim Skinner for five thousand geezers with five loaves of Uncle Fred and two Lilian Gish. And how he heals Simon’s finger and thumb in law when she was Tom and Dick in Uncle Ned.

Celebrate a bit of British heritage this year!

Perfect fer all real an’ adopted Londoners yeah?

· Find out more

· Read a sample (PDF)

From The Bible in Cockney:

The Lord’s Prayer

Hello, Dad, up there in good ol’ heaven,

Your name is well great and holy, and we respect you, Guv.

We hope we can all ‘ave a butcher’s at heaven and be there as soon as possible; and we want to make you happy, Guv, and do what you want ‘ere on earth, just like what you do in heaven.

Guv, please give us some Uncle Fred, and enough grub and stuff to keep us going today, and we hope you’ll forgive us when we cock things up, just like we’re supposed to forgive all them who annoy us and do dodgy stuff to us.

There’s a lot of dodgy people around, Guv; please don’t let us get tempted to do bad things. Help keep us away from all nasty, evil stuff, and keep that dodgy Satan away from us, ‘cos you’re much stronger than ‘im.

You’re the Boss, God, and will be forever, innit?

Cheers, Amen.

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