Sam's Club Removes Lego Bible From Shelves Over 'Mature Content'

“Sam’s Club received numerous concerns from our members and parents about the mature content in what is perceived as a children’s book. Accordingly, Sam’s Club made a business decision to discontinue sales,” a Sam’s Club spokesperson told The Christian Post via email on Friday.

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DavidO's picture

...tells Bible stories through 1,400 images of toy Lego pieces

Awesome. Too bad Moses, Jonah, and Luke didn't think of that.

Greg Long's picture

Actually if this is like the online Lego Bible then this is a smart move. I innocently visited it a while back. It (obviously) uses Legos to portray Bible stories but spares no detail. The most objectionable material shows Lego people having sex.

(yes, I know the Bible has a lot of graphic content but that's different than portraying it visually with children's toys)

Greg Long, Ed.D. (SBTS)

Pastor of Adult Ministries
Grace Church, Des Moines, IA

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School of Divinity
Liberty University