- Ed Brayton, Scienceblogs: "Okay, this is so stupid that it seems like it must be a joke. Then again, this is Conservapedia we're talking about here. Stupid seems to be their strong suit."
- Rod Dreher, BeliefNet's CrunchyCon: "These right-wing ideologues know better than the early church councils that canonized Scripture?...It's like what you'd get if you crossed the Jesus Seminar with the College Republican chapter at a rural institution of Bible learnin'."
- Mark P. Shea, Catholic and Enjoying It!: "Right wing dementia marches on apace."
- Amy Sullivan, Time's Swampland: "I look forward to learning the free-market meaning of 'It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.'"
- Dan Gilgoff, God & Country: "A new--and still evolving--conservative translation of the Bible prefers a more populist, Glenn Beckish take: 'The intellectuals watched Jesus to see if he might catch and accuse him of healing on the Sabbath.'"
- Salon Staff, Salon: "A dispute also arose among them as to which of them was considered to be greatest. Jesus said to them, 'Reagan. Definitely Reagan.'"
- Hunger Tallest Palin, Rumproast: "Because Jesus was a big old capitalist. And blond haired, blue eyed and white as a bucket of fresh milk."
- Shortsshortsshorts, ShortsandPants: "That scene in Mark or Luke or whatever when he feeds thousands of people in what seems to be an act of Socialism was actually trickle-down economics. Just as GOD INTENDED."
- Ed Morrissey, Hot Air: "The challenge of Christian believers is to adhere to the Word of God, not to bend the Word of God to our preferred ideology. Doing the former requires discipline and a clear understanding of the the Bible. Doing the latter makes God subservient to an ideology, rather than the other way around."
- Stephen Suh, Cogitamus: "While my atheist friends and colleagues may not understand this [the Conservative Bible Project's] willingness to attack the Bible, to desecrate and blaspheme against it and the God they claim to follow, is the most chilling thing I've seen in a while."
- Eduardo Peñalver, Dot Commonweal: "The project as a whole and the specific instances of bias identified are so inane that it's hard to believe someone would actually take the positions asserted. I wish it were a hoax."
- Kevin Nelstead, The GeoChristian: "Let the Bible say what it says. It is just as wrong to translate the Bible with a politically conservative agenda as it is to do so with a politically liberal agenda."