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3 years ago#1
The idea that you can fight again after having your spine ripped out is another thing that shows a pretty big flaw in the Christian idea of the afterlife, IMO.
Shooting Game never die.
It prays that the clover of luck be always in your mind.
3 years ago#2
Street fighters have spines. Obama has a spine.

Coincidence?
http://i.imgur.com/kubEx.jpg
^^If you do not have an open mind, then I have nothing to discuss with you.
3 years ago#3
Well that's the most comically tenuous religion link I've seen on this board in a while... 'grats?
3 years ago#4
Think about it. How could Christianity be true when you can just get up for round 2?
Shooting Game never die.
It prays that the clover of luck be always in your mind.
3 years ago#5
Violence must ensue, don't you agree too?
3 years ago#6
Philippians 4:13 says I can fight without a spine.
Me? I'm the king of the twentieth century.
I'm the bogeyman. The villain.
3 years ago#7
What if Mortal Kombat is the afterlife.

And they just got the title wrong.
3 years ago#8
I don't know the actual lore behind Mortal Kombat, but as a child I always assumed the fights took place in Hell. So theologically speaking, the Devil did it. ~_^
3 years ago#9
Mortal Kombat is set primarily in a few other dimensions. No God there. Gods, but not God.

I will be the sins out of each of you. Name your game, and I will christen you.
Creating an engine that generates fun is high art.
3 years ago#10
Liu Kang's bicycle kick and undeath simultaneously disprove the natural and supernatural. Get on his level.
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