Leprechauns in the Bible?

Would you be surprised to learn that leprechauns are mentioned in the Bible?

Remember singing “Zacchaeus was a wee little man, and a wee little man was he?” Clearly, this is a reference to Ireland’s height-challenged mascots.

Moses’ staff turning into a serpent? It was a shillelagh, the magical walking stick brandished by every self-respecting leprechaun.

By the by, you’ve had WAY too much green beer if you believe any of this!

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4 Responses to Leprechauns in the Bible?

  1. Pat says:

    I though Nick O’Demus was the first Irish man in the Bible.

  2. swizard101 says:

    And there were also Leper Cons (or could have been) in the Bible. There were lepers, and their were thieves mentioned, so it seems likely that there may bve been some Leper Cons as well

  3. […] and then… Well, nothing else happens. I get distracted by work and family and questions about leprechauns, and my little song lies forgotten. Abandoned like the Jonas Brothers after the coming of Justin […]

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