A Religion of Peace?

Hey mom, can I have some religious violence for Christmas?

Here’s the story. Christianity is a religion whose followers tout it as a religion of moral values (they often even falsely claim that America was founded on said values). You’ll probably recognize that its often fundamentalist Christians who are the first to blame things like video games when kids go nuts and kill people. So this is where the story gets fun. Enter Left Behind: Eternal Forces. The game’s plot is as follows: Rapture has happened. You’re in New York City. The Anti-Christ has deployed “Global Community Peacekeepers” in an effort to dominate the world. Your job as a Christian is to either convert them to accept Christ in their life or kill them with an arsenal of powerful weapons. Merry Fucking Christmas.

Eternal Forces

I know what you’re thinking. You might be saying to yourself that this ridiculous game isn’t a big story because it’s probably only sold through really small distribution channels – Christian bookstores and mail order catalogs and what not. Think again.

Take Action HERE.


2 Responses to A Religion of Peace?

  1. Matt says:

    Nothing says “love they neighbor” like convert to christ or Die.

    I hate christians.

  2. […] Speaking of Morons, here’s a video of an appearance made by Clark Stevens, a proponent of the religious hate game we spoke about previously, Left Behind: Eternal Forces. Clark is a Co-Director of the “convert or die” themed game and clearly is on the defensive when asked about the hateful theme of the game. […]

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