Legos represent 'world of death' - Zombie and Monster Fighter mini-figures lead children 'to the dark side'

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SuzanneT's picture

Heheheh.... they do April fools day in the UK?



Susan R's picture


I think we should also explore the double-whammy of a My Little Pony Lego set. Imagine the possibilities of this cult of plastic pony-worshipping brickheads. 

SuzanneT's picture

That top image is hysterical.. "Turmoil In The Toybox" oh my Biggrin

sadly, the "ravaged by the new age" part is not far off..even rather on point.



Chip Van Emmerik's picture

Don't remember much about the content, so I can't say whether it was good or bad, but Turmoil in the Toybox was either given to me my senior year in high school or in college for a class.

Why is it that my voice always seems to be loudest when I am saying the dumbest things?

Jay's picture

Michael Osbourne-

I remember my mom reading Turmoil and later reading both that and Ravaged in my teen years as a new believer.  Didn't buy into them at the time, still not real sure about their "value" now.  I found a copy of Turmoil in our church library two or three weeks ago, and flipped through it to see what I thought of the arguments a couple of years (well, a lot of years) later, and was wondering if there was an updated edition.  It didn't seem like my opinion had changed a whole bunch on second re-reading.

Texe Marrs was heavy into the KJV-Only movement, wasn't he?  His website lists a copy of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion with his forward, which really kind of sums up all anyone needed to know about him, but still...

"Our task today is to tell people — who no longer know what sin longer see themselves as sinners, and no longer have room for these categories — that Christ died for sins of which they do not think they’re guilty." - David Wells

josh p's picture

Yes Texe Marrs is KJVonly. If you listen to the Waite/White debate on the KJV Texe Marrs calls in to express his opinion.