Skip to comments.Imagine the outrage if those vulgar Christmas cards poked fun at Islam instead
Posted on 12/18/2014 2:22:02 PM PST by Olog-hai
Hollywood dubbed the life of Christ The Greatest Story Ever Told. But actually the title would serve perfectly for the birth of the baby Jesus in the stable at Bethlehem, surrounded by his parents and beasts of the field. [ ]
Whatever you think, whether you believe the Gospels or not, this is a story that has spoken to the hearts of men for 2,000 years, and still speaks to many of us. Who could ruin it? Who could want to ruin it?
One answer is a stationery chain called Scribbler. It is stocking, by my count, some 50 Christmas cards which carry obscene, offensive or even anti-Christian messages. [ ]
Of course, neither Scribbler nor anyone else would dare mock the prophet Muhammad as it brazenly mocks Christ. Its founder, John Proctor, certainly wouldnt. I wouldnt even go there, he told this newspaper. That would be a very silly thing to do.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
I can see these “joke” Christmas cards going over real well at a campy gay party or at some leftist college.
Yes, I can hardly blame a business for supplying what the public wants. The failure here lies first with us as a society, as we have fallen further and further away from God. Fifty years ago, they wouldn’t have sold many cards and the business would have gone under before anyone noticed it to get outraged.
Sadly, I can’t disagree with your conclusions.
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