"We look at the community to see where it will sell," said Tara Raddohl. "We have customers who are buying it and really haven't received a lot of complaints about it from our customers at this time."Had the game had been produced by Muslims or militant atheists and targeted Christians for either conversion or annihilation, you can be certain that the religious right would be screaming about children being indoctrinated and trained to wage war on Christians. Since the game was produced by Christians and targets everyone who is not an Evangelical for either conversion or annihilation, the religious right thinks the Left Behind: Eternal Forces video game will make a wonderful Christmas present.
A reviewer for a publication affiliated with James Dobson's Focus on the Family says it is "the kind of game that Mom and Dad can actually play with Junior -- and use to raise some interesting questions along the way."
Some of the questions that Junior could ask are:
1) Why is this game set in New York City? Does God want me to shoot my fellow Americans?
2) Why are the forces of evil associated with the United Nations? Is God opposed to the United Nations?
3) Why do I have to kill everyone who will not convert to evangelical Christianity? Does God hate unbelievers?
4) Why do I hear "Praise the Lord" every time I kill someone? Does God want me to kill people?
5) Why do I lose "Spirit points" every time I come near a rock musician? Is rock music evil?
6) Does Jesus want me to love my enemies or blow them away?
7) Is Christianity a religion of peace or a religion of war?
8) What would Jesus do? Would he play this game?