I'm not particularly religious, but I do respect those who are.
However, I'm not sure what to make of this site that uses cooking to teach Bible stories to children. In fact, I'm convinced this site is the work of that sinister (as in left-handed) deacon of delicacies, Ned Flanders. Imagine his voice when you read the recipes.
There's a note on a recipe for cookies made to simulate (shudder) candy corn - "I use these candy corn cookies in relation to the parable in Matthew 13:1-8 The sower and the seed." Really? Candy corn style cookies? Matthew? I would have thought it was more at home in Exodus with the Plagues of Egypt.
Jesus Walks on Water sounds kind of cute, if disturbing. ("Now, Timmy, bite off Jesus's head!");
Unleavened Bread and Tuna was probably inevitable for the miracle of the loaves and fishes;
Resurrection Cake is just freaky and more like a magic trick than a dessert;
And the Moses Parts the Red Sea Snack involving blue jello and Goldfish crackers slays me (I must be part of Pharoh's army).
I can't even talk about the Baby Jesus Haystacks recipe which ends, " Add a marshmallow to represent baby Jesus."
Oddly, there's no "Land of Milk and Honey" recipe or anything involving one of the most important foods in the Bible - wine. Where's your marsala now, myah?
The strangest entry goes to the "OBEY" donuts. I quote:
The donut represents the letter "O" in obey. Let them know every time they have a donut, they are reminded to OBEY!
Insert cops and donuts joke here...