There is the Creation Story all Christians know and love:
In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth....So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.
Eventually God took a break, etc...
...and then there is this:
And on a blistering hot Summer day in 1959, being bored out of his Almighty Skull, God said, "Yo, Gabe! Where are those cans of spray paint those artists were flying around here with last week, making such a mess on the clouds they had to repent for it"?
God: "Well, what do you think?"
Gabriel: "Well, um, I don't know, Sir. Doesn't seem like much there to toot my horn over, but that's just MY opinion."
God: "Oh, ye of little faith."
Gabriel: "Sorry, Sir, but as far as potential creative types go...I've seen you give life to far better."
God: "I knows, he may not look like much, but you just wait and see."
Gabriel: "So, when will you release him on an unsuspecting world?"
God: "On a Saturday, next year...March 5, I think. The Press will be too pre-occupied, that whole following week, with Elvis Presley ending his 2-year hitch in the US Army and that Cuban photographer Alberto Korda's, soon to be unneccessarily famous, photograph of that Marxist revolutionary, Che Guevara, both scheduled to occur that day, to give the birth of some obscure baby in Pomona, Ca., any attention."
Gabriel: "Smart move, Sir."
God: "Glad you approve, Gabe."
Gabriel: "Hee, hee!"
The largest mural in Houston: "Preservons La Creation (Let's Preserve the Creation)."