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Re: Avatar is demonic, desensitizing us to sin
• Posted by: ricky lamoreaux   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, November 12, 2010, at 10:35 a.m.
• IP Address: 204.184.215.2
• In Response to: Re: Avatar is demonic, desensitizing us to sin (Furuichi Yuu)

the animals were demonic?? how so?
youre completely over analyzing this, its a simple reference to the indians losing their land, not converting people to cursing God, language is a problem everywhere deal with it, enjoy sitting on your high chair looking down on everyone else. and wasn't it god that said "drink my blood" its not referencing to vampirism, she was seeing if he was one of them. sure it talks about another god, it uses some language, but stop sheltering your kids from the world, and acting like nothing is good enough becuase the world is evil, [bleep!]ing deal with it. my father was a pastor and tried sheltering me like you are with your kids, you know what hapenned?? it drove me away, your kids will be more likely to experiment, dont judge and act better than everyone, use those experiences to TEACH your children, not to judge




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