Historically accurate nativity scene?

Published December 10th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson


I can’t take credit for this photo…but it’s a "must see!"


I am curious, who is the historian behind this scene? Shall we add this to the Holiday e-Card machine? I would like to get the permission of the artist of course, but I have always felt that blasphemy, like happiness, is enjoyed best when shared.

*Update* Word is that this is the work of Orngarth originally posted on reddit. I have added it to the to Holiday e-Card propaganda machine provisionally, so if you would like to send this to your friends/family/coworkers email in the form of a festive greeting there is a way to do it.

126 Responses to “Historically accurate nativity scene?”

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  1. Devyn says:

    I saw this on reddit a while. Here is the original link: http://www.reddit.com/r/atheism/comments/efqs5/this_morning_my_christian_inlaws_came_over_then/

  2. Fiona says:

    OH PLEASE!! Please add it to the card machine!

  3. Virginia says:

    Where are the pigs? No historically inaccurate Nativity Scene is complete without pigs.

  4. kikibcool says:

    AS the mother of two boys, I noticed his meatballs haven’t descended yet. Not to worry, it’s perfectly normal at this age.

  5. Keith says:

    Let’s face it, Mr. Bean has made sure that no nativity is complete without a dinosaur, a dalek and a removal van.

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  7. Keri Besecker says:

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