April 14, 2007
Video Game Calls For Killing 'Homicidal Jesus Christs'Topics: Faith
As Christians have long been accustomed to, here's yet another example of a moronic "artist" using asinine mis-logic and severely stretched pseudo-reasoning to justify attacking the Christian faith, in this case Jesus Christ, in order to feel important and appear as though he had a lick of sense. The artist (sic) is Eric Medine, who describes his 'work' (more like a 'piece of work') as "a video game linked to projectors and TV monitors - the "ultimate arbitration between politics and Christianity. The ebb and flow of religion can now be felt on the video game screen." (say what ?????):
A Los Angeles artist opened an exhibit this week called "Christ Killa" in which the audience is invited to participate in a video game and shoot hordes of "homicidal Jesus Christs."I can guess why Medine insults Christ rather than Mohammad. Medine may be an idiot trying to appear as something more, but apparently he has enough sense to know which believers are highly unlikely to remove his head.
Digital and video artist Eric Medine describes his work - a video game linked to projectors and TV monitors - as the "ultimate arbitration between politics and Christianity," notes bloggers Sondra K and Michelle Malkin.
The game landscape "is filled with Googled images of Christian propaganda posters, religious shrines such as St. Peter's in Rome, and clich'd representations of Christ who constantly mumbles messages of tolerance and compassion," says a news release.
"The audience is invited to participate in the carnage by playing the video game and watching short videos of the game in action."
The winner, with the most "Christ kills," will be awarded a trophy.
The exhibit, which began Thursday, runs until May 12 at the Niche.LA Video Art gallery in Los Angeles. (Continue reading at WorldNetDaily)
And Christians are always wondering why the Christian faith is the favorite liberal target. Our problem is that we're so damned peaceful, haven't learned the "art" of jihad (and Medine's "work" provides aid, comfort, and propaganda to the jihadists in their own sick way).
Posted by Richard at April 14, 2007 11:19 AM
I wonder why someone doesn't come up with a video game of Byzantine or Serbian warriors killing Mohammed? Oh, yes, I forgot, because all the Kaybees and Toys 'R Us selling them will be bombed by little muslim children strapped with bombs by their parents! That's why.
Posted by: Althor at April 14, 2007 12:34 PM
Articles Related to Faith:
- Video Game Calls For Killing 'Homicidal Jesus Christs' - Apr 14, 2007