I'm not a christian, nor do I have anything against them.
What if you wanted your kid to be Christian, but they were barraged by questions you or they can't answer?
Most users of these websites are shown them by friends, and talked about daily at school, and these "memes" are memorized.
It just seems like if a christian kid hangs out on these websites, I don't know how their beliefs cannot be challenged to the core at that age.
Especially with their friends pressuring them to and probably making fun of them if they don't.
I do think Christianity has it vastly wrong, but no more than any other religion.
Sites like this have united an underground culture of everyone from 12 year old girls, to 20 year old college guys, to 50 year old female accountants,
to 70 year old retired guys.
However within the last 5+ years, a MASSIVE influx of underagers, guys and girls, have taken over the sites.
Christianity being a myth, like Scientology being a cult, is one of the core beliefs of these people.
A lot of these "chan" type pictures actually say 1000 words.
A lot of these "memes" (what a "chan" type picture is called) are seen by many times more people each year than any religious artwork in major
I'll let the images speak for themselves.
edit on 17-11-2010 by Jeanius because: (no reason
edit on 17-11-2010 by Jeanius because: (no reason given)