Stumbled upon this posting of "Jesus Junk and Christian Kitsch," at Codex Blogspot, a web site "for the academic study of the Bible, Theology, and More by Tyler F. Williams":
"I heard about these from a friend who frequents Christian retailing shows...what we have here are some Scripture Poker Chips called 'Faith Chips.'"
He also features Talking Bible Dolls. "Yes, that's right, now you can buy a Talking Moses, Talking Jesus, or Talking Esther doll!"
"When you push their felt hearts they recite different verses. Jesus knows a number of verses from the prophets, psalms, and gospels, while Moses recites the Ten Commandments. I couldn't discover what Esther said, though I bet it wasn't 'let the ten sons of Haman be hanged on the gallows' (Esther 9:13)."
"Another shocker is that the Talking Moses doll is not Jewish! He appears to be Protestant--at least that is what I would think from his recitation of the Ten Commandments (see my previous blog entry on the Ten Commandments here if you don't know what I am referring to). I can't be too hard on these dolls, they are kind of cute. You can purchase them from talkingbibledolls.com."
"Now if only we could have a Talking Job's Wife Doll that tells you to curse God and die!"