The true story behind the miracle of TITLETOWN

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  1. In the beginning God created Wisconsin.
  2. Now Wisconsin proved to be formless and waste and a desolation. And there was darkness upon the surface of the earth, until spring.
  3. And God said, “Let there be light.” And the sun appeared, thank God.
  4. And God said, “Let the earth sprout barley and grass and the seed of its kind.” And it was so.
  5. And God said, “Let there be knotty pines so as to make knotty pine paneling for the taverns.” And it was so.
  6. And God said, “Let there be buffalo and spotted cows and goats and sheep,” And it was so.
  7. And God said, “Let there be badgers and whitetail deer and black bears.” And it was so.
  8. And God said, “Let there be sky blue waters with muskie and walleye, mallards and geese and the laughing loon.” And it was so.
  9. And God saw that it was good.
  10. Now Wisconsin was without cheese and there was no darkness upon the mold in the cheese because there was no cheese upon the face of the earth.
  1. Seeing that there was no one to make the cheese, God created the people of Wisconsin, male and female, He created them. A burly people He made them.
  2. And He made them just right; the man a hunter and a hero for woman; the woman a gatherer and a beloved for man.
  3. He made them as opposites so that they might learn to love the stranger, to honor the other as they honored God.
  4. Then the people named Wisconsin ‘Sconny,‘ And the people named themselves ‘Sconnies’ and ‘Sconners’, which means ‘people of Wisconsin.’ And God saw that it was good. Then God blessed them and God said unto them, “Go forth and make every cheese according to its kind, for I have granted thee dominion over the buffalo and the cow and the goat and the sheep, so that ye may gather the milk to make cheese, that ye be happy.”
  5. Then God blessed them and God said unto them, “Go forth and make every cheese according to its kind, for I have granted thee dominion over the buffalo and the cow and the goat and the sheep, so that ye may gather the milk to make cheese, that ye be happy.” 
  1. And so, the burly people of Wisconsin gathered the milk in this wise: the men milked the buffalo, the women milked the cows, and the children milked the goats and sheep.
  2. Then the people of Wisconsin made every cheese according to its kind.
  3. And behold! Sharp Cheddar and Colby, Montfort and Stilton, Muenster and Monterey Jack! And God was delighted, and He told them so.
  4. And the people said, “Wait! There’s more! Parmesan and Romano, Brie and Camembert, Mozzarella and Provolone!” And God saw that it was delicious.
  5. Now the burly people of Wisconsin were very happy and they lifted their cheeses toward Heaven to praise God and thank Him.
  6. Then they placed the cheeses upon their heads so that God could see His congregation from on High.
  7. And God called his congregation ‘cheeseheads’ which means ‘people of Wisconsin who wear cheese upon their heads. ’ And God saw that it was good.
  8. And God said, “Let the sky blue waters bring forth the Tommy Bartlett Water-Ski Show.” And it was so.  

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Greenbay Press-Gazette: Cheesehead Bible new testament to Packers fans

The Cheesehead Bible is a literary tribute to an iconic culture.

WEAU TV: The Cheesehead Bible explores devotion of Packers faithful

It explains the history of the people who created the only fan-owned team in the NFL, touches on the legends of Lambeau, the mystique of Titletown and much more.

ESPN Peoria

It is a fun book about a unique fan base…you learn a lot about the Packers.

Chicagoland Sports Radio

...love the part about Curly Lambeau and... how he was breathed into life... We’re loving what you’re offering.

ESPN Chicago: The Cheesehead Bible Give-a-way

Packers News: Produced by lifelong Bears fans, The Cheesehead Bible is a literary tribute to an iconic culture

Packed with ....unusual scriptures and ...vivid illustrations, ...[The Cheesehead Bible] is a literary tribute to the culture of cheeseheads and the team they unfailingly support.

Art Starr
Art Starr

Art Starr is the pen name for identical twins Pat and Terry Baker. Retired advertising art directors with careers spanning over 30 years, Pat honed his talents at Leo Burnett and as a freelance storyboard artist, while Terry served at Foote Cone and Belding and Leo Burnett.

The twins are lifelong Chicago Bears fans who credit their brief college gridiron careers to their lack of speed and shortness of stature, which earned them each several severe beatings at the hands of real football players. Their love of the game survived, and after discovering the miraculous history of the Green Bay Packers and realizing the deeper meaning of American football, they have also become Packer fans and wanna-be cheeseheads.