jesus died lol


This video captures exactly everything that is wrong with the world these days - and I'm not referring to the kid with the "Jesus Died LOL" gamer tag.

No, sirormadameasthecasemaybe! I am referring, instead, to the "Christians" who have taken it upon themselves to correct young Jesus Died LOL's behavior. Did they pray for Jesus Died LOL? Did they pray for his soul and for his deliverance? No, actually. The "Christians" were too busy playing their game (which, to wit, involved graphic virtual murders taking place every few seconds) to pray for young Jesus Died LOL's soul.

Heck, that's forgivable.

After all, these modern-day "Christians" might have felt like Jesus Died LOL was persecuting them, and might have also simply forgotten that Jesus had - according to verses from the Gospel of Matthew 5:43-45, and from the Gospel of Luke 6:28 - directed them to pray for those who persecuted them.

Sure, it's easy for me to forgive Jesus Died LOL (he made me laugh - and that's all it takes in my book), but he's not insulting My Lord and Savior. Surely the "Christians" have some leeway here, right? Right!

I mean, I think they have some wiggle room - but they don't. Not according to that pesky little rascal, Jesus (Homer) Christ, anyway (check out Mark 11:25, where Jesus directs his followers to forgive those who do wrong ... and I'm not even going to get started on that whole "throw no stones" bit).

SO, what we have here is a young troll who has brought to light that ugly little truth of modern "Christianity": that many (far too many) so called "Christians" are nothing but frightened, violent, bigoted, narrow-minded, hypocritical, closet-case, pigfuckers [citation needed].

One last little parting note for the believers up there, before I step down from the soapbox. It is from the Gospel of Matthew, and is a quote attributed to Jesus, himself, which goes (according to the NKJV) "But I say to you that whoever looks at a woman to lust for her has already committed adultery with her in his heart." which many scholars have taken to mean that the thought of a sin, the planning of a sin, the fantasy of a sin, is - in itself - the commission of that sin ...

... how many people did you kill playing that game? Seemed pretty real, didn't it? You thought about how you were going to kill the next guy over the next hill?

Sure you did.

See you in Hell, Christfags.


    It should, perhaps, be noted that "Christfags" is not a term applied to all Christians, or even all "Christians", but specifically applied to those Christfags who use Bible quotes out of their intended context (and without regard to their intended audience, I should add) and use said quotes to push their agenda of hate, bigotry, discrimination, and fear ... that is evil, in the worst possible sense of the word.

    If you're still not getting it, watch this episode of South Park, and you'll get the idea.

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