I have now seen everything.
Ichthux is an operating system aimed at Christian users. It is based on Kubuntu in order to provide the best desktop environment of the moment, together with Christian programs and settings.
At first glance, this is the stupidest thing I have ever seen. Upon closer examination, it appears that some good can come of this. They are working on getting input methods and fonts together for ancient languages like Biblical Hebrew.
They also have a neat application called “bibletime” which lets you compare various translations of the bible.
Personally, I would like a program like that to compare translations of the Tao Te Ching, because no two translations seem to agree on what anything means.