Sunday, April 15, 2007 3:25:55 PM
2) Christians, do me a huge favor. Do a Google search on Christmas and Easter and read as many of the articles you get on it. They will give some enlightening viewpoints on how other people think.
Look, I'm not asking for a lot here. I just ask that those who feel it`s necessary to attack religions other than the ones they believe in, or don`t as the case may be, actually do a little research on what they are attacking. Like my favorite government teacher in the world said, you don`t have an argument unless you know what you are arguing about.
Sunday, April 15, 2007 3:21:42 PM
And now that I've gone through all the comments and had my fun and laughter, thought I`d add some more. 1) There are entirely too many of you who think that my religion is offended by the Easter bunny taken away. No, what I am more offended by is the lack of intelligence that has been proven here and in that article who haven`t come to the conclusion that the Easter bunny has NOTHING TO DO WITH CHRISTIANITY. Thanks to the select few who seem to have been ignored who pointed that out. It`s a pity that the rest of you haven`t brushed up on religion enough to follow the same conclusions. Especially since you are also the exact same ones who are so easy to attack the Christians and the way they think. Well, let me enlighten you on some recent happenings. A manger scene was taken out of the front yard of some random Christian family because it offended the neighbors two houses down. What a shame it is to be so oppressed to have to look at decorations. (moving on to next reply post)
Sunday, April 15, 2007 3:06:32 PM
So, thought I'd add my two cents, I`m a bit late on this one though. However, for one, I am a Christian and I am completely appalled that not only did someone ban the Easter bunny claiming it was too Christian (Um, no, that would be more Pagan than anything) but I`m also annoyed that fellow Christians were defending it`s honor as if the Easter bunny is part of our tradition. I`ve come to the conclusion that I am banning any and all upcoming Christian advocates that are out there defending the Easter bunny and chocolate eggs. Although I have to admit, the Resurrection eggs I saw at Walmart a few weeks ago made me laugh so incredibly hard I thought I would die.