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Weird question...

So lately I've been reading a lot of the Old Testament, and have noticed that it is written quite frequently that the Israelites were NOT to worship other gods/idols, and in some areas it's مزید specific, telling them not to worship idols that were carved out of wood/stone.

So the most حالیہ time I played Ripto's Rage, I played the Idol Springs level, and couldn't help but think of those passages, and how the wooden idols in that level are depicted as evil, یا the "bad guys." And it made me wonder, was that on purpose? Were the creators/writers of that level Christians and intentionally made the idols the enemies based on what's written in the Bible? یا was it just a coincidence? And what's more, not only are the idols the evil ones, but those guys who were carving them were the ones being attacked سے طرف کی them when they came to life, and it makes me also wonder if that's supposed to be some sort of message, that if آپ worship idols like that, it'll only end up hurting you?

Idk, just wondering, has anyone else thought about that? یا is it just me? :P
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Jane1373 said:
I think this is a coincidence. That is one of my پسندیدہ levels.

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Lol, it probably is, but I was just wondering if anyone else ever thought about that, یا if I'm just weird. But yeah, it's one of my پسندیدہ too.
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glelsey said:
Good observation! I'd be interested in finding out if that's why they did it/what inspired it because I guess it's possible, though it could just be a funny coincidence. Interesting idea though!
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