Re: S.P. and religion
- I didn't realize that SP or DS created such religious controversy. I
was attending a Catholic high school at the time and don't remember
any of the teachers (Nun or lay) saying anything either way on the
subject. I think I was one of about three people in the whole school
that watched the series. I didn't get teased by my classmates
especially whent they found out that I had a crush on Colin Fox. I
too didn't realize how much of the story line I had forgotten - I
guess the dashing Jean Paul/Colin had me more mesmorized then I
thought. I recently acquired most of the series and I still say to
myself that I don't remember that!!!
I still don't think that it affects my Christian beliefs. I have
always like scary things too and just look at it as an interesting,
I would gladly volunteer to interview the still dashing Mr. Fox but I
don't know if I would ever get an article written nor would he be
heard from for awhile!!!!
--- In strangeparadise2@y..., "debozcat" <ozbobz-cats@m...> wrote:
> Reading all these comments about the religion in St.P. is very
> interesting. I didn't realize just how much about the story line
> that I have forgot! I haven't seen any of the episodes since it
> originally aired, over 30 years ago. I was raised Assembly of God,
> and was working at thier headquarters when SP was originally aired.
> The other young people working there at the time, that I knew, all
> watched SP and loved it! None of us seen anything wrong with
> watching the series. I didn't see a conflict with my beliefs.
> Just thought of it as a fun show to watch. I had always liked scary
> stuff, as far back as I can remember.
> Happy Halloween to everyone!