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.
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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.

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Yeah, the Muslims are the scapegoats of today and have replaced the Jews, Japanese and so on, this is so obvious.

3 comments:

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!

8-)

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