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The Brick Testament Twitter account in which Elbe Spurling posts about the projects that she is working on. It has 233 tweets, 749 followers and 1 like and is currently active with posts every couple of days.
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The Facebook page for the child-friendly version of The Brick Bible. Updates about the project are posted here. It has 908 likes and is currently active with a post every couple of months.
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The Facebook page for The Brick Book of Mormon. Updates about Elbe Spurling’s projects are posted here. It has 224 likes and 221 people follow it and is currently active with a post every couple of months.
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The Facebook page for The Brick Bible. Updates about Elbe Spurling’s projects are posted here. It has 24,159 likes and is currently active with posts every week.
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The child-friendly version of The Brick Bible. The website redirects the user to buy the picture books of some “cherished Bible stories.”
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Elbe Spurling’s project to illustrate the teachings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints using LEGO bricks. “The goal is to make these teachings better known to the world.”
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The previous website for The Brick Bible. The Brick Testament is Elbe Spurling’s project to illustrate the Bible as accurately as possible while also being “captivating and fun.” Each story is told using quotes from the Bible and is illustrated…
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The current website for The Brick Bible. The Brick Bible is Elbe Spurling’s project to illustrate the Bible as accurately as possible while also being “captivating and fun.” Each story is told using quotes from the Bible and is illustrated…
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