June 27, 2004

Bargain of the Day: war toys

Help your child grow up into a young thug by giving them plastic weapons to bash their mates with. No, that can't be right, you see this Full Armor Of God Child Play Set is A Christian Character-Building Costume.

Play and learn about God's protection for Spiritual Battle. Complete set based on Ephesians 6:13-18, for ages 3 and up. Each item is made of molded, flexible plastic designed to fit most children. Adjustable straps and velcro allow children to wear certain pieces. Each item is labeled in order to recall God's Word. The set includes: The Sword of the Spirit, the Helmet of Salvation, the breastplate of Righteousness, the Belt of Truth, the Shield of Faith, the Gospel of Peace Shin Guards, and a Parent-Teacher Guide with suggested activities and scripture verses. Box may have some wear do to shipping, but the contents are in perfect condition.

Bet the little brats just go out and play soldiers in it.

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Note the overwhelming Crusader theme to the kit. There's nothing like encouraging the kiddies to go forth and smite the evil Muslims, while raping, pillaging and eating the unfortunate villagers in their path of holy destruction.

The helmet is somewhat later than the Crusades period, not that any kid is going to notice that. And it really is the Shield of Faith - there's nothing to stop the little Soldier of the Lord from being stabbed in the back.

Actually the helmet and all the rest are derived directly from Ephesians 6:13-18 as advertised. No crusader reference there. The funny part is that they substituted a "belt" of truth.. must be the little kiddies are too young to be girding their loins up...

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Without the Jockstrap of Nervousness - forget it.

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