Wednesday, December 06, 2006


Christian Game Creates Outrage Amongst Dhimmis And Islamofascists Alike

Post apocalyptic New York in a scene from the game - Eternal Forces

A militant Christian computer game could become a Christmas bestseller despite calls for it to be banned.

The game lets players lead an army of violent Christian crusaders fighting to free America from the anti-Christ.

Left Behind: Eternal Forces rewards users for converting or killing unbelievers, in a post-apocalyptic New York.

The game has just gone on sale in the US and is now being introduced to UK shops, sparking protests from Muslims and secularists.

The Muslim Association of Britain called for a ban, saying: 'This game is irresponsible and highly racist.
Errr, yeeees. Christians being RACIST against non Christians. Since when was Christianity a race?

'It demonises every other religion which isn't Christianity. Games like this poison the minds of young people.'

National Secular Society president Terry Sanderson said: 'Most Muslims and most Christians would recognise this as crude and despicable hate-mongering and give it a wide berth.'
Ah, well who'd know better about what Christians and Muslims think than the president of the 'National Secular Society'. Moron!

The game is based on Left Behind, a series of Christian fantasy books created by US authors Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins.

It encourages users to strengthen their troops through 'the power of prayer' - and lines up Spies, Special Forces and Battle Tanks alongside Prayer Warriors.

The makers have said the game should not be taken too seriously as a Biblical study.

Left Behind Games chief executive Troy A Lyndon said: 'The game is designed to be a classic battle between good and evil.

'But it does not gratuitously depict death or violence.

'Situations are used to encourage gamers to think about matters of eternal significance, a topic largely ignored in modern games.'
I think a link to the official site [click here] is deserved. I'm not endorsing the game, but come on, firstly it's RTS and secondly it's not like you go round cutting heads off or blowing up supermarkets.

[cross posted at the Infidel Bloggers Alliance]


This statement is posted from an employee of Left Behind Games on behalf of Troy Lyndon, our Chief Executive Officer.

There has been in incredible amount of MISINFORMATION published in the media and in online blogs here and elsewhere.

Pacifist Christians and other groups are taking the game material out of context to support their own causes. There is NO “killing in the name of God” and NO “convert or die”. There are NO “negative portrayals of Muslims” and there are NO “points for killing”.

Please play the game demo for yourself (to at least level 5 of 40) to get an accurate perspective, or listen to what CREDIBLE unbiased experts are saying after reviewing the game at

Then, we’d love to hear your feedback as an informed player.

The reality is that we’re receiving reports everyday of how this game is positively affecting lives by all who play it.

Thank you for taking the time to be a responsible blogger.

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