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Idolizing anime characters..
Posted 5/17/08

myahcutie wrote:


cutie_chink_3192 wrote:


myahcutie wrote:


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illusionwish wrote:

None. They're mere fictions and products of imagination. Basically, unworthy to be idolized.


lol i smell a 'God' debate


lmao dont you mean a "good" debate


nah i was talking abt the debate that if god is fictitious or a product of the imagination, is he/she still worthy to be idolized.



wow i must have sounded like an ass :*sweatingbullets:*


lol nah easy mistake, shdnt have brought it up really lol
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Posted 5/17/08

cutie_chink_3192 wrote:


myahcutie wrote:


cutie_chink_3192 wrote:


myahcutie wrote:


cutie_chink_3192 wrote:


illusionwish wrote:

None. They're mere fictions and products of imagination. Basically, unworthy to be idolized.


lol i smell a 'God' debate


lmao dont you mean a "good" debate


nah i was talking abt the debate that if god is fictitious or a product of the imagination, is he/she still worthy to be idolized.



wow i must have sounded like an ass :*sweatingbullets:*


lol nah easy mistake, shdnt have brought it up really lol

hey whats wrong with youre username youre a boy right.?

Posted 5/17/08


see profile for explanation lol
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Posted 5/17/08
ok and how come it says your offline right now.
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Posted 5/18/08

cutie_chink_3192 wrote:


myahcutie wrote:


cutie_chink_3192 wrote:


illusionwish wrote:

None. They're mere fictions and products of imagination. Basically, unworthy to be idolized.


lol i smell a 'God' debate


lmao dont you mean a "good" debate


nah i was talking abt the debate that if god is fictitious or a product of the imagination, is he/she still worthy to be idolized.



God as presented in the Early, middle, or late Old Testament, The Gospels, and the latter new testament is portrayed differently. Not to mention the apocrypha, The Divine Comedy (Dante), Paradise Lost (Milton), and Pilgrim's Progress (Bunyan) as well as the various other works that depict the Christian god in one way or another.

Let's pick a different entity to gain some perspective by distance. Thor is well enough known, and even has a significant modern worship, yet is considered fictitious by others. This character is strong and has many virtues worth looking up to. Is He worthy of idolization even if you do not worship the norse pantheon?

(I'd have picked a Sumerio Babylonian god as the morality might be a little more familiar to many, but I think I would have lost everyone who is still reading by this point. I also don't need any "Enki, wasn't he a character in 12 kingdoms?" conversations.)
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Posted 5/18/08

myahcutie wrote:


cutie_chink_3192 wrote:


illusionwish wrote:

None. They're mere fictions and products of imagination. Basically, unworthy to be idolized.


lol i smell a 'God' debate


lmao dont you mean a "good" debate


Most god debates aren't good debates. They generally aren't debates so much as arguments.
Posted 5/18/08

richiiieee wrote:

Who would Idolize anime characters? Their not people just drawn illustrations.


well I don't think people idolize the illustrations but they idolize personality in the illustration

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Posted 5/18/08
Same thing happens with movie characters. The character that they portray may be fictitious, but their characteristics aren't.
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Why idolize a fictional character? Its an illustration so clearly they can do anything, pick up a truck with their pinky finger. Easy.
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Posted 5/18/08
none..
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like the person above me said, he didn't sacrifice anything.
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Posted 7/3/08

devilgirl49 wrote:

Why idolize a fictional character? Its an illustration so clearly they can do anything, pick up a truck with their pinky finger. Easy.


It's true that a character in a fictionalized medium can do anything, but that would not make for a believable character that people can relate to. If a person can relate to a character then why can't they idolize them?
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i idolize lucy from elfen lied because for my opinion she has a really hard story and she is been trough a lot of thinks and she is really prety
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