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    Filed at 6:06 pm under by dcobranchi

    and let God sort ’em out.

    Mainstream Baptist has a good take on a new family-oriented video game– kill the heathens. It’s set in NYC.

    5 Responses to “KILL ‘EM ALL”


    Comment by
    Unique
    December 13th, 2006
    at 12:54 am

    Wow. Is that for real?

    I can answer this question:

    8) What would Jesus do? Would he play this game?

    He would be appalled.

    Yuck, yuck, and double yuck.


    Comment by
    Bonnie
    December 13th, 2006
    at 4:48 am

    Oh my God! And yes, I use God in a prayerful way here…not taking His name in vain. This is just so horrible!


    Comment by
    COD
    December 13th, 2006
    at 8:13 am

    So let me see if I understand WalMart morality. Magazines with pictures of boobies are bad, video games promoting violence against non-Christians are good.

    Got it.


    Comment by
    speedwell
    December 13th, 2006
    at 11:46 am

    Sure, because all of us godless heathen “lost” are lousy liberal scum who don’t believe in exercising our Second Amendment rights to protect our First Amendment freedoms. NOT. 🙂


    Comment by
    TO
    December 14th, 2006
    at 6:36 pm

    It’s a sick, but very popular game that “teaches” gross intolerence for anyone that is not a far right Evangelical Christian (even compassionate Evangelicals are against this game).

    Here is a synopsis:
    religi...me.htm

    The game’s plot:
    The game is based on the assumption that God had separated babies and the saved — individuals who have repented of their sin and trusted Jesus as Lord and Savior — from the Earth. In a process called the Rapture, the saved miraculously rise through the air to meet Jesus Christ. They abandon trains, planes, automobiles, jobs, fields, sidewalks, homes, etc. That leaves only confused unbelievers “left behind” on earth. Some would be nominal Christians who were not saved before the rapture. Others would be Muslims, Hindus, most Mormons, most Roman Catholics, followers of all of the other religions in the world, secularists, Atheists, Agnostics, etc.