This is a talking cucumber in a pirate costume. Your argument is invalid.
omgosh, you are so funny! Hilarious!
A cucumber that moves about on it's own (without batteries) and can bend almost in half. YOUR argument is invalid.
I dunno about you, but when I see this image I think child abuse. Literally the first thing that pops into my head.
Did your parents force you to eat cucumbers?
I know THAT would have been child abuse.
For me it was livers! YUKKK!
Does anyone do cartoon characters of livers?
Also the vegetables eat meat. Which is awesome. And perverse.
Actually they ate stuffed peppers once. Is that cannibalism, or only when you eat the same vegetable you are? Or is it like eating monkeys? Did the Veggie Tales characters evolve from non-sentient vegetables? When they eat consecrated flesh and drink consecrated blood does it transubstantiate into bread and wine?
This is more controversial than I thought!
The produce guy in my supermarket was actually singing VeggieTales songs when I was shopping yesterday.
The awesomeness of Veggie Tales is just one more of a billion examples per second that we do have a loving Creator!
But vegetable are the way to salvation? Or at least some good vitamins.
I'm most impressed that the VeggieTales characters can carry objects, play guitars, etc. despite the fact that they don't have any arms.
How christian is a talking vegitable... Seems almost like a marketing scheme, one designed to bring more money to the church or the cartoonist, whichever one so chooses...
Hey, Walt Disney got rich of a B&W, talking mouse!
Walt Disney wasn't catering to christians, just a family demographic...
How is a group of people going to call another persons belief pagan and have talking vegitables as embassadors of the faith for children? It doesn't really make much sense to be so double standard, does it?
Well, I suppose if the other groups belief IS Pagan then telling the truth is not wrong!
They weren't pagan to start out with, not until a-hole christians coined the term.
by paarsurrey 10 years ago
Is it within its domain?The Creator-God is only attributive; all physical and/or spiritual things are His creation.
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Atheists claim that God does not exist, show me the proof that backs up this claim.
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Truth? or not?
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