In a small fishing village in Croatia, young fisherman Vulcan Markovic encounters a beautiful woman dressed in nothing but a partially unbuttoned dress shirt asking him for directions to Heaven. Naturally, as any sane person would do, his first reaction is to knock her unconscious and drag her onto his boat with the intent to have his way with her later. Unfortunately for Vulcan, this act ends him getting caught up in a battle against a mysterious superpowered mariachi who intends to kill the girl.
Oh, and the mariachi is a descendant of Lucifer (named Sancho). And the girl? She's the second coming of Jesus.
Let's Bible is a two-chapter one-shot manwha by Youn In-Wan and Yang Kyung-Il and easily one of the most blasphemous works of fiction ever created, something it manages to get away with by lighting itself on fire and running circles back and forth across the line screaming. On top of Jesus (called Iesus in the manga) being a scantily-clad girl who's regularly at risk of getting raped and molested by the protagonist, there's also a gun-toting Gothic Lolita girl (named Honey) with some kind of superpower related to vending machines who's introduced as a descendant of Simon, one of the twelve disciples.