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July 6, 2007 by Tim


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MidnightDStroyer
MidnightDStroyer
3 years ago

“It does me no harm for my neighbor to say that there are 20 gods or no god.”
~Thomas Jefferson

Eric
Eric
3 years ago

I agree with the Jefferson quote, and true Christians aren’t concerned that people believe in other gods – at least not from a perspective where that is a problem other than their eternal souls. But, the comic poses a pithy question, and their certainly are answers that can be give to show how “gaming gods” do not equate the Biblical God: https://answersingenesis.org/is-god-real/the-creator-clearly-seen/

leduk
leduk
1 year ago
Reply to  Eric

absolutely NOT. What the fuck is this site? “Everyone knows there is a God.”. LoL.

Thraxas
Thraxas
14 days ago
Reply to  leduk

It’s a Fundie’o’Rama by Ken Ham and is used for propaganda for YEC and biblical literalism. So a Site full of lies and bad analogies

Eric
Eric
7 months ago
Reply to  Eric

It’s funny how Catholics are involved in this angry mob but not Christians. Because protestants don’t care if there are thousands of false beliefs in the world. Just more reason to connect with people and preach the gospel to them.

Thraxas
Thraxas
14 days ago
Reply to  Eric

Catholics are as Christian as you, since the definition of Christianity is „to believe in Jesus Christ as propagated by the Bible“. I mean they have the same damn book even. You may not agree with some of their views but that doesn’t make them any less christian

Somewhere
Somewhere
3 years ago

This would have been a FUN comic section if it came out in 2017.

Arceus
Arceus
2 years ago
Reply to  Somewhere

This would have been a great comment section if it had existed when this comic first started.

Eric
Eric
7 months ago
  1. You can’t prove a negative. Can you prove invisible unicorns do not exist on Pluto? Therefore it must be true?
  2. There are no historical evidence of his gaming “gods”, there are historical evidences of the gods of the others (mainly Christianity/Judaism).
  3. Like I said previously, Ethan’s religion more closely represents the actions of Christianity. Even subconsciously the artist resorts to Christianity as the valid religion to mimic and no other ones. And then defends the new religion (that looks so much like Christianity) on why it should exist.
Thraxas
Thraxas
14 days ago
Reply to  Eric

1. Yes this is true.
2. This is not true. There is zero evidence for any god anywhere and the Bible is as good a history book as Lord of the Rings. Even the exodus never happened (which surprised me personally the most)
3. Christianity is most familiar to the author (and you could argue to Ethan as an American). Which makes it easier to derive symbols and such from it. This isn’t any more proof of his believe than playing Disgaea or Doom even if it uses Christian terminology.