They sell "Mein Kamph" at Barnes & Noble, your hate speech can stay too.
8/17/2008 1:47:45 AM
*cue pie chart*
8/17/2008 1:49:18 AM
Of course it'll be allowed in book stores, right next to all the other religious works.
Oh I forgot, Christianity isn't a religion! I guess they'll have to add a "Bull****" section where it can go next to the insightful scientific genius of Michael Behe.
8/17/2008 1:58:04 AM
Why would I care? Wouldn't it be better it they're all in one section? That way Christian books wouldn't be stuck with the good books...
8/17/2008 2:00:49 AM
Allegory for Jesus
"It will be considered hate speech"
Whose damn fault is that? You would think that you would step back for a moment and worry about the state of your religion when you feel that laws pertaining to "hate" are supposedly your biggest roadblocks.
"Christian persecution in the USA is increasing at an alarming rate but there is a good side."
If you mean "persecution by Christians", than you might actually be right...
8/17/2008 2:04:59 AM
Oh, you whiny little WASPs. In my town, the Christian bookstore isn't going anywhere, the Christian sections in Hastings and Barnes & Noble aren't going anywhere, and you'll still be able to go to Wal-Mart at 0200 and find something by a Christian author. Sorry to disappoint you, but they're safe.
8/17/2008 2:08:02 AM
It'll be there, in the mythology section.
8/17/2008 2:24:23 AM
There's a section named "Religious Fiction" at one of the bookstores in my town.
8/17/2008 2:28:04 AM
I have two book stores in my town. One has next to nothing and the other sells books about witchcraft, Wicca and all those other things that are anti-Christain. I'm sure they'll get all the other books out once they finish unpacking everything.
8/17/2008 2:31:00 AM
Christian persecution in the USA? You keep saying this, but I think it's all wishful thinking on your part. Go to the Middle East if you want to be persecuted for your faith.
8/17/2008 2:31:33 AM
Because people that read books hate reading fantasy and mythology...
8/17/2008 2:44:55 AM
"Christian persecution in the USA is increasing at an alarming rate but there is a good side. Our Lord will be here soon."
YAY! The party's at my place, everyone!
8/17/2008 2:47:45 AM
I don't know about everyone else here, but at my local Books a Million there are two to three entire rows of Christian books. The philosophy section only has two shelves. But I live in the Bible Belt.
8/17/2008 3:02:52 AM
Personally, I would shit if they put the Gnostic material next to the "left behind" crap.
8/17/2008 3:14:43 AM
Perhaps you should examine the reasons why people think your Bible promotes hate and intolerence.
P.S. Your Lord just ain't a comin' at all, Eagle632.
8/17/2008 3:40:16 AM
Whiny bunch of silly hypocrite frauds, sitting in the most fundie Christian country in the world, inventing persecution to make themselves feel better about how pitiful they are compared to the real Christians being murdered and tortured for their beliefs in foreign lands. What a sad joke these wannabes at RR are.
8/17/2008 3:55:20 AM
PIE CHART!! I DEMAND A PIE CHART!!!!
8/17/2008 4:44:27 AM
Persecution? People can't get elected in this country unless they're Christian. I suggest you look up the word. You obviously have no concept behind its meaning. Either that or you've never experienced suffering before.
8/17/2008 5:12:26 AM
I love this!!!
8/17/2008 5:18:27 AM
Why hasn't anyone put up the pie chart yet?
8/17/2008 5:19:42 AM
For fuck's sake, being made fun of on the internet is NOT persecution.
8/17/2008 7:01:15 AM
Topaz_witch, you win.
8/17/2008 9:20:48 AM
You just won million internets!
8/17/2008 10:09:58 AM
Whatever lets you sleep at night, Eagle632.
8/17/2008 10:47:58 AM
Umm, bookstores are privately owned and operated. You do remember that "free market" capitalism you fundies say is the best in the world.
Go to a B. Dalton's bookstore. It packed to the brim with fundie and neoconservative titles. It's so bad in fact I won't even go into to one.
8/17/2008 12:07:24 PM