Thursday, December 25, 2008
I love board games and came across this new game. In a news article, Carl Raschke, professor of religious studies at University of Denver says, "The game's perspective "has no basis in historical reality and doesn't actually represent any religion. It just appeals to people who hate religion to begin with — the hip subculture of militant popular atheists."
Raschke adds, "These people are fanatics, for the most part, themselves. Their thinking is rigid and hostile and not much different from jihadists who don't use their minds or study what they are dealing with. They start from their own dogmatic perspective."