EA under pro-creationism attack

Ben Parfitt
EA’s Spore might be sitting pretty in third space in the UK Top 40, but it seems not everyone is happy about Will Wright’s success – and none are grumpier than the author of a new blog called Anti Spore.

Carrying the byline ‘Resisting EA’s War on Creationism”, the site is up in arms about the game’s belief that the world and human race has arrived at the form it is today through the process of evolution, as opposed to being created at the hands of god.

Choice snippets from the site include:

“I used to like Will Wright. He created Sim City, a fantastic game that celebrated the earth that God created for us and allowed you to use all your God given abilities to make an ideal society. You would think that as a member of the Episcopal Church, a smart man like Will Wright would not be capable of creating Spore. However, we must be reminded that the Episcopal Church is the only church in America that ordains homosexuals on a regular basis.”

“It takes a village to raise a child. And 8,500 employees at Electronic Arts to corrupt a child’s mind. 8,500 people all working together and not a single one with enough Jesus to stand up and say what they are doing is wrong. It makes me sick.”

“Seems a lot of Evolutionairyists have been stopping by and commenting. I am not afraid of a debate.  I just wish they would be a little nicer.  But I understand that some people get pretty defensive when they know they are wrong.”

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