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    After seeing JP's MST3K parodies, I got to thinking: have any Christians ever thought of doing commentaries on anti-Christian videos to mock them?

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    It might be a mildly amusing (though not particularly useful or helpful) idea for someone to pursue... as long as that someone isn't you. I may not know you very well, but I think it'd be better for your mental and emotional health to spend as little time as possible watching or thinking about anti-Christian videos.
    Don't call it a comeback. It's a riposte.


    • #3
      Hey, I was just suggesting a counterpoint to TheBibleReloaded.


      • #4
        I don't think this is a good idea for you. You seem to get angry just reading these people, having to watch their videos would just be more unnecessary exposure to their nonsense.

        If you are going to do any videos involving apologetics or theology, I also suggest having comments turned off. If you want input, ask friends, and other reasonable people to look at it and give their own informed critique. This way you would get useful discussions, and would be able to block out all of the unhelpful noise.


        • #5
          Originally posted by DLAbaoaqu View Post
          After seeing JP's MST3K parodies, I got to thinking: have any Christians ever thought of doing commentaries on anti-Christian videos to mock them?

          I agree with Cerebrum. Not good for you. Plus you seem to be looking for ways to go back to your old ways. Makes me think your apology was not sincere.


          • #6
            No. I don't want a war now.
            I do want some entertainment for Christians of an intellectual bent.

            Are there any examples?


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