Tuesday, December 19, 2006

"That is so obvious"

Liberal and progressive Christian groups say a new computer game in which players must either convert or kill non-Christians is the wrong gift to give this holiday season and that Wal-Mart, a major video game retailer, should yank it off its shelves.
When asked about the Arab and Muslim-sounding names, Frichner said the game does not endorse prejudice. But "Muslims are not believers in Jesus Christ" -- and thus can't be on Christ's side in the game.

"That is so obvious," he said.

'Convert or die' game divides Christians / Some ask Wal-Mart to drop Left Behind
Yeah, the Muslims are the scapegoats of today and have replaced the Jews, Japanese and so on, this is so obvious.


Anonymous said...

In contemporary American what-so-ever, Muslims replace those evil Nazi Germans. Bask in the warmth of your new found American respect... Bush *hearts* Germany!


p.s. Christians SHOULD be the new Nazis. Sadly, they isn't...

t-mix said...

But well, the Nazis were only a short episode until "Schultz!" made it all alright again. And afterall, the Germans were no scapegoats, as far as I know they really killed a lot of people, or so I was told in school.

Anonymous said...

Yeah the 'That is so obvious' line made me choke too

So much for the portrayal of Jesus as a man who befriended outcasts and taught his followers to 'turn the other cheek'

It wasn't God who made Man in his own image. It is the other way around