You may recall that earlier this week Donald Trump was asked to name his favorite Bible verse. He declined to do so, saying it was too personal:
“Well, I wouldn’t want to get into it. Because that’s very personal. You know, when I talk about the Bible it’s very personal. So I don’t want to get into it.”
But not to worry. The social media denziens on Twitter have decided to lend the Donald a hand and create their own version of the Bible as inspired by Trump himself. Here are just a few of the most creative tweets that are currently trending under the hashtag #TrumpBible:
“If a man has long hair it is a shame to him, less he comb down over his forehead” #trumpbible
— Kevin Songer (@kevinsonger) August 29, 2015
#TrumpBible Noah knew how to build a boat. What a beauty. He probably went bankrupt twice, max! Good businessman. Bit of a drunk, tho.
— almightygod (@almightygod) August 29, 2015
To him who has much money, much much more will be given. But to him who has none, even what he has will be taken away. #TrumpBible
— Sam Allberry ن (@SamAllberry) August 29, 2015
“Jesus? Nice guy, but LOW, LOW energy, I mean, bleeding out of his hands, his feet, his wherever…” #TrumpBible
— Christopher Heuertz (@ChrisHeuertz) August 29, 2015
He gets himself crucified, and we’re to call him Savior! He’s a loser; couldn’t save himself! I like guys that weren’t crucified.#TrumpBible
— TheCultOfRay (@EduExpIntel) August 29, 2015
Look I like Jesus. Anyone that can feed 5k people with 2 fish is sharp. Big mistake not charging. But I still like him. #TrumpBible
— Trump Bible (@TheTrumpBible) August 29, 2015
“Can anything good come out of Nazareth? I mean, I’m sure some of them are good people and all. But mostly we get their worst.” #TrumpBible
— Rachel Held Evans (@rachelheldevans) August 27, 2015
I love God. He’s a builder. Made the world in 6 days. That’s YUUUUUUUGE. I would have used more marble. But He did a nice job. #TrumpBible
— Donald J. Drumpf (@RealDonalDrumpf) August 27, 2015
Scribe: Which is the greatest commandment?
Jesus: Sit down. Nobody called on you. Go back to Jerusalem. #TrumpBible
— Brian Zahnd (@BrianZahnd) August 27, 2015
Something tells me Donald Trump will be able to remember at least one of these the next time he’s asked what his favorite verse is. If not, folks on Twitter can always create more.