The Indiana Jones video game franchise has come to XBox One and Playstation 5 with a Raiders of the Lost Ark reboot igniting a firestorm of controversy from radical left Athiest groups across the U.S., Canada, and UK. Early in the video game Indiana Jones (who we all remember as an archaeologist) digs up dinosaur fossils exclaiming to a colleague that they are over 65 million years old.
The controversy erupted after the game's release when Christian evangelicals posted a YouTube video pointing out "that the game is just a few days old on store shelves but has fossils designed to look millions of years old. Even the dirt and rocks in the video game look millions of years old."
A Christian pastor on social media said the following: "Not only has God revealed himself to us in creation but also in the design of this video game. Here's a verse from Romans Chapter 9 where the Apostle Paul said, "But who are you, a human being, to talk back to God? Shall what is formed say to the one who formed it, 'Why did you make me like this?' Does not the potter have the right to make out of the same lump of clay some pottery for special purposes and some for common use?"
The pastor then states in the video, "If the Apostle Paul were here today, perhaps he would have said instead, "Does not the programmer have the right to make out of the same section of code select video game features for special purposes?"
The president of the U.S. Athiest Association is now firing back and calling for the video game to be immediately pulled from store shelves. "Designing a video game to have fossils that appear to be millions of years old certainly doesn't help the Athiest cause."
Realizing that he just backed himself into a corner, the interview ended abruptly with the Athiest Association President stopping mid-sentence and hanging up.
We reached out to the Athiest Association President to explain what he meant but he refused to comment and ended the call.
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