The holiday season is upon us (woo!) and we鈥檙e definitely feeling the festive vibe. That鈥檚 why we鈥檙e getting our on-point decorations ready, and while we鈥檝e seen the minimalist nativity scene and a white elephant nativity, this year, we鈥檙e all about the hipster nativity set. Here鈥檚 what 鈥渢he birth of Jesus would look like in the age of iPhones and man buns.鈥

What the birth of Jesus would look like in the age of iPhones and man buns.

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Modern Nativity asks us to 鈥渋magine the nativity in 2016.鈥 And what do we get if we do? 鈥淎 lot has changed in the last 2,000 years. For starters, I don鈥檛 even think they had iPhones back then, which explains why Joseph didn鈥檛 add the birth of Jesus to his Snapchat story. If you love Amazon Prime, and have no idea what frankincense and myrrh are, this is the Nativity set for you.鈥

CHECK IT OUT...Jesus is reborn in 2016!

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Each 7-inch poly-resin figurine is hand-painted and, really, you have to love that the 100% organic cow is eating gluten-free feed. Or how about the fact that the wisemen are bringing gifts from Amazon? And we鈥檙e totally into Mary鈥檚 Starbucks and duckface.

At $130, the hipster nativity set isn鈥檛 cheap, but it may totally be worth it for those who like to nab the funkiest finds before they鈥檙e mainstream cool.

Granted, reactions to this modern interpretation have been extreme, one way or another, with founder Casey Wright telling Mashable, 鈥淲e have quickly found out that this product is very polarizing. It鈥檚 usually, 鈥楾his is hilarious, I need one,鈥 or 鈥楾his is sacrilegious, I hope you burn in hell,鈥 and almost nothing in between.鈥

Though it looks like the lovers are outweighing the haters, at least, according to sales. 鈥淭he product site was officially published six days ago and we鈥檙e currently selling roughly 500 sets a day.鈥 So if you want your own hipster nativity set, you may want to snap one up now or else, you鈥檒l need a miracle.

Do you know someone who needs a hipster nativity set? Tweet us @britandco!

(h/t Mashable)