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Posted 8/31/13
Jehovah Witness teaches children how to follow religion with cartoon

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qfq4ZFY6WG4

I can't even...
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Posted 8/31/13
WTH! It's not even his toy. Don't throw it away, the other kid'll be pissed. And then his parents will get involved and it'll be this super huge thing.

Also, Jehovah doesn't love you, Mommy loves you for obeying her without arguing.
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Posted 8/31/13
Just remember freedom of religion: just because we don't agree with how moronic it might be, they're free to believe whatever they want.
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Posted 8/31/13
hahaha funny video the toy was not his whats that kids problem
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Posted 8/31/13
Well. I'm a christian and I've wanted to say that I've watched entertainment with that kind of stuff and still obey Jehovah. I never worshipped Satan ever and neither should you.
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Posted 8/31/13
Well, there are shows that teach religion to children that aren't so bad (the one that comes to mind is veggie tales).


Frostbrand wrote:

Just remember freedom of religion: just because we don't agree with how moronic it might be, they're free to believe whatever they want.


I agree with this.

Though I find this to be a bit short-sighted on their part. Speaking as an orthodox Christian, I personally found from observing my peers, classmates, and mentors that this sort of indoctrination is often useless and counter-productive. I think this sort of thing mainly appeals to parents who are too lazy to determine the difference between harmful philosophies and harmless fiction. (Or too lazy to explain that difference to their children). Or maybe they really believe this stuff is magic (I wouldn't put it past them considering how unorthodox their beliefs are).

But what do I know? I'm neither a parent, nor a Jehova's Witness.
Posted 8/31/13
Jehovah's Witness: destroying the growth of children's minds.
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Posted 9/1/13
Jehovah will be very upset if you dabble with magic.
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24 / M / SoCal, HB
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Posted 9/1/13
I agree with the top commenter, that was a battle mage. Also that mom was creepy, manipulative.

I don't dabble in religions anymore though, too many shitty priest.
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Posted 9/1/13
Further evidence that American animation can be just as entertaining as Japanese -- comedy is clearly our forte.
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21 / M / Florida
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Posted 9/1/13
"Who likes magic, Jehovah or Satan?" I was dying.
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Posted 9/2/13
Um... what's Jehova? Is it another word for god?
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Posted 9/2/13
Personally, I prefer Jenova over Jehovah. ( ´ ▽ ` )ノ


Seriously though... Religion, in general, makes me sick to my stomach.
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17 / M / Jabberwock Island
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Posted 9/2/13
Welp there goes that Warrior Wizard toy AND movie
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