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Fairy tale controversy arises as all other world problems have been solved

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As all other problems in the world disappear, the Pope wants to change the wording of a book of fiction. People are outraged.

The pope suggested that believers of the book written by a team of copywriters, and edited by more, are often confused by the Lord's prayer called "Our Father" and said it's time to change it from "lead us not into temptation" to "Do not let us fall into temptation."

We too agree that the fictional character in one of the oldest and definitely the most popular fairytale in the world can never lead us into temptation. However, we also feel that actually he just wants us to think we are doing it ourselves. After all, the hero of the tale should always be responsible for the good things, never the bad things.

As all the other problems in the world seem to suddenly have disappeared, people are outraged about how the Pope can change the wording of a fairy tale. ISIS has been defeated, world hunger is not an issue anymore, there are no wars in sight, no global environmental crisis, no plastic islands in the ocean, everything is in the best possible order in the world. So other leaders from the church as well many believers have take it upon themselves to fight the monstrosity the Pope is trying to push through.

Catholic traditionalists are outraged, calling the proposed change very upsetting. R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminar, said that he was "shocked and appalled."

Let's all stand together and fight the most important issue in the world!

In other news, want proof that god actually exists and argue with people who think religion is a mental illness?


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