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    BBC: A New York gallery has angered a US Catholic group with its decision to exhibit a milk chocolate sculpture of Jesus Christ.
    Is it art? Is it OK? Does it taste like chocolate?...
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    Whats the issue? The chocolate or the nudity? I think its a brilliant commentary on the meaning of easter currently, which is all about commercialism and chocolate. It puts the Crucifixion back into the chocolate.

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    Only today's American puritanical and self-serving 'christians' could find issue with the sculpture.
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    backbeat,

    How dare you make that irrational claim!?!?!
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    LOL. Just read your wink in the republican party thread after posting the above. We are on the same page baby.
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    Tom Waits, one of my favorite musicians, has a song on the subject (YouTube):

    And the lyrics: here
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    "Only today's American puritanical and self-serving 'christians' could find issue with the sculpture."

    And how do you know this?
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    Could you just imagine if the product offended an defended/allowed religion like... Buddah shaped rice cakes???

    JMHO but I think the "American" dems would take issue...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sblanter View Post
    "Only today's American puritanical and self-serving 'christians' could find issue with the sculpture."

    And how do you know this?
    They share nothing in common with their religion's founder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sxtg View Post
    Could you just imagine if the product offended an defended/allowed religion like... Buddah shaped rice cakes???

    JMHO but I think the "American" dems would take issue...
    What specifically is offensive? The Nudity or the Chocolate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sblanter View Post
    And how do you know this?


    How about this?

    Or this?

    Or here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by backbeat View Post
    What specifically is offensive? The Nudity or the Chocolate?
    I personally don't take offense

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