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Whats your opinion?

Umm... Im a really big fan of kuroshitsuji and I searched a video of it on youtube.. And I read all of the comments
and one comentario really irritates me
I mean Because Im a christian

Well btw his is the comentario I read:

wow i liked the mostrar until i just realizes that it's mocking God "you don't need his forgiveness?"
Guys don't be brain washed por the Devil. these shows are only there to destroy you. isn't it obvious its only aimed at christianity? dosen't it make tu seem that the Devil is trying to brainwash tu from the truth of God? go to google and type in heavenvisit.

*Its true its all about vengeance and a sexy demon runs the mostrar but that does not affect me at all.. :3
 ysellemeow posted hace más de un año
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usernameinvalid said:
Its just a show.
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Alchemistlover said:
Eh I'm confused on what your saying
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prussiaducky said:
Ehh...she/he took it too far. Seeing as to how he is associating the "Devil" in a relatively harmless show.
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we can handle the mostrar but some others with unstable minds...uuhhh uhuh (like one time i heard one kid killed another kid because they were playing "ninja" Not everyone does that forreal though because of a mostrar so, meh.)
Zekrom676 posted hace más de un año
Zekrom676 said:
Its obvious its only aimed at cristianismo !?
Nu uh i don't really believe this, its just anime mostrar that shouldn't/wouldn't have an effect on us at all. :3

And "these" shows can't destroy us, if they were trying to then we just don't o won't let 'em.
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simple as that.
Zekrom676 posted hace más de un año
egyptprincess7 said:
It's just a anime.
We aren't going to be affected por something made to entertain us.
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Sinna_Hime_chan said:
Media, it's mediums in all forms of entertainment & literature have always been & ARE devices used to reach & affect - from marketing techniques to whatever, they are not always innocent entertainment, no, but spiritual based quandries like this on religion are sketchy grounds open for debate & personal interpretation. Each of us have to be guided por our own conscious- and some people are better at that than others. I really believe, too, whatever a person's religion o non-religion, they have their own responsibility in how they take things & "let" it affect them o their thinking o not. I have not watched this anime, though I know about it. I am a Christain, and I have my belief system, if something is coming from a secular fuente contradictory to my belief, then I see that, recognise, and go on, whether I watch it o not, my beliefs have not changed whenever. It's up to the individual do they watch o not? Do they subscribe to the belief being shown in whatever show, etc.? Do they see it for what it is? Do they let themselves be influenced? All so many choices we make every single día what we do, what we feed ourselves, and our spirit-some people are affected más and at times when others are not. So much depends on so many factors . I think it just boils down to personal choice and personal responsibility.

I don't know if that came out right, but I hope it answered somewhat of the question. I did not want to brush it off.

I will give an example: I really liked fullmetal Alchemist. I'd known about alchemy long before the anime as I have majored in Medieval Studies. I had heard of Nicolas Flammel [before Harry Potter too]... and I knew what was a quest for turning things into oro became a buscar for immortality, and in FMA I did not like how "god" was portrayed. I chose to be irriated/miffed for a moment & then just discard. I still liked the show, but disliked that element. It had no baring on my belief system, did not change it. I did not run out and become an alchemist, either, o anything at all. I saw that their interpertation of "god" -how they presented things was very different from my own. That was all.

Example (in something I HAVE seen) as I no likied their presentation of "god.":
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 Media, it's mediums in all forms of entertainment & literature have always been & ARE devices used to reach & affect - from marketing techniques to whatever, they are not always innocent entertainment, no, but spiritual based quandries like this on religion are sketchy grounds open for debate & personal interpretation. Each of us have to be guided por our own conscious- and some people are better at that than others. I really believe, too, whatever a person's religion o non-religion, they have their own responsibility in how they take things & "let" it affect them o their thinking o not. I have not watched this anime, though I know about it. I am a Christain, and I have my belief system, if something is coming from a secular fuente contradictory to my belief, then I see that, recognise, and go on, whether I watch it o not, my beliefs have not changed whenever. It's up to the individual do they watch o not? Do they subscribe to the belief being shown in whatever show, etc.? Do they see it for what it is? Do they let themselves be influenced? All so many choices we make every single día what we do, what we feed ourselves, and our spirit-some people are affected más and at times when others are not. So much depends on so many factors . I think it just boils down to personal choice and personal responsibility. I don't know if that came out right, but I hope it answered somewhat of the question. I did not want to brush it off. I will give an example: I really liked fullmetal Alchemist. I'd known about alchemy long before the anime as I have majored in Medieval Studies. I had heard of Nicolas Flammel [before Harry Potter too]... and I knew what was a quest for turning things into oro became a buscar for immortality, and in FMA I did not like how "god" was portrayed. I chose to be irriated/miffed for a moment & then just discard. I still liked the show, but disliked that element. It had no baring on my belief system, did not change it. I did not run out and become an alchemist, either, o anything at all. I saw that their interpertation of "god" -how they presented things was very different from my own. That was all. Example (in something I HAVE seen) as I no likied their presentation of "god.":
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[although the blondie-"Father" was kinda very hunky! but I digress] O.O
Sinna_Hime_chan posted hace más de un año
Dewheart said:
Clearly that guy is trying to read his religion into whatever he can, even if it wasn't meant to be there. I mean, many things are open to interpretation, but sometimes they have an intended message that can only be interpreted in a few ways. Not everything is about cristianismo even if it does contain "demons".

I also disagree with some of the people here saying shows aren't meant to affect us. Often times, they are. For example, James Cameron's "Avatar" was inspired por his desire to bring attention to the organization amazonas, amazon Watch, witch tries to protect indigenous people from development of their homes. If you've seen Avatar, you'll know how similar that scenario is to the plot of the movie. Shows can also reflect the belief systems of the writers. It probably doesn't happen often, but it is possible for something like a show, movie o book to change a person's outlook. Personally, my worldview was shaped in part por the books, movies, etc. that I watched while I was younger.

In this case though if I were you, I would just read that and be like "ha! What a dumbass." then mover on with my life as my temporary amusement with that person's ignorance faded and my mind moved on to más important things. tu just have to learn to not be offended easily por what people say. As far as i'm concerned, opinion's are completely irrelevant unless the're backed up por facts, o come from someone whom I respect. The opinions of some wingnut on youtube don't affect my life at all.
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 Clearly that guy is trying to read his religion into whatever he can, even if it wasn't meant to be there. I mean, many things are open to interpretation, but sometimes they have an intended message that can only be interpreted in a few ways. Not everything is about cristianismo even if it does contain "demons". I also disagree with some of the people here saying shows aren't meant to affect us. Often times, they are. For example, James Cameron's "Avatar" was inspired por his desire to bring attention to the organization amazonas, amazon Watch, witch tries to protect indigenous people from development of their homes. If you've seen Avatar, you'll know how similar that scenario is to the plot of the movie. Shows can also reflect the belief systems of the writers. It probably doesn't happen often, but it is possible for something like a show, movie o book to change a person's outlook. Personally, my worldview was shaped in part por the books, movies, etc. that I watched while I was younger. In this case though if I were you, I would just read that and be like "ha! What a dumbass." then mover on with my life as my temporary amusement with that person's ignorance faded and my mind moved on to más important things. tu just have to learn to not be offended easily por what people say. As far as i'm concerned, opinion's are completely irrelevant unless the're backed up por facts, o come from someone whom I respect. The opinions of some wingnut on youtube don't affect my life at all.
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lol YOUR PICTURE? Did tu make that? XD "The opinions of some wingnut on YouTube"- I amor how tu dicho that and summed that up, while I tried to say it all long and blah-blah-blah. Priceless!
Sinna_Hime_chan posted hace más de un año
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No, I didn't make the picture.
Dewheart posted hace más de un año
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