Beck agreed with D’Antuono’s sentiment, saying, “Art is in the eye of the beholder, and this guy has right to do this. I think it’s offensive. I don’t think it’s close to reality, but whatever floats your boat, Jack. I support his right to do exactly that.”
C. S. Lewis in stated that when writing the Narnia books he asked himself what would Christ be like if he was born in Narnia and Aslan was the answer he came up with. I don't believe that the artist asked himself what would Christ be like if he was born in the USA and concluded he would be as Obama. I feel his thought processes were a lot more convoluted than that and I also suspect that much of his purpose was to tweak Christian sensibilities.
I wonder if we should take to the streets and kill people, I mean it's not OUR fault we were outraged by someone BLASPHEMY against our God, hell maybe obama would even come out and say "You know, all this is because of a paintin'"
I think Lewis created a story for children in which the same basic lessons of the gospel were put in an alternative setting, so that they would spark the readers' imaginations and ultimately their actions-to be able to rely upon their faith to sustain them and direct them in any situation or place,
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