. . . is He bigger than than the bully man? The Veggie Tales are cute and in many places genuinely funny, but the theology is atrocious. Worse than that, they're sometimes lies. My kids were watching some old videos and I heard the "God is bigger than the Boogey Man" song. It goes something like this . . . God is bigger than the Boogey Man. He's bigger than Godzilla and the monsters on TV. God is bigger than the Boogey Man, And [sumthin' sumthin'—rhymes with "V"] The idea clearly expressed in the dialogue just prior to the song was that God will keep little kids safe from harm because He has a "special love" for them, so there's no reason to fear the monsters. Well, sure, there's no reason to fear the Boogey Man, Godzilla, or Frankenstein—they don't exist! But what of the monsters in this story? http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20763724/ not to mention the pedophiles and the bullies? How would you teach your child to trust in God in light of the real life dangers children not only face, but fall victim to each day? After a few posts, I'll tell you how I countered the Veggie Tales lie with my 8-year-old.