Response to: [https://www.superbookproject.com/about/]
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"In 1981, the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) created a children's animated Bible series as part of an outreach to the nation of Japan. Little did we realize what impact the series would have in Japan and around the world. The series was known as Animated Parent and Child Theater (Anime Oyako Gekijo), produced by Tatsunoko Productions in Japan in conjunction with CBN in the United States.The English name for this series was 'Superbook'."
Dislike anime. Not the best argument, so let's continue.
"Research performed during and after the outreach showed that this series was an unprecedented success. Over 8 million people a night watched Superbook on Japanese prime-time television, and the Bible became the nation's best-selling book."
The wicked prosper.
"By 1989, in the midst of economic and political turmoil, Superbook began broadcasting in the Soviet Union with astounding results. When Superbook aired during prime-time on the Soviet National Channel, CBN received over 6 million letters from children, introducing an entire generation to the Bible."
Soviet, atheist, Russia had no problem with it. Big sus.
"Today, CBN and a team of Emmy-winning artists and storytellers, whose credits include Mulan, The Lion King, and Beauty and the Beast, are collaborating to completely reimagine the classic series using the latest 3D CGI technology. Our goal is that the new Superbook will honor the life-changing legacy of the classic series and re-introduce it to a new generation."
Emmy-winning. That's gonna be a hard no from me.
"Millions have come to know Jesus as their Savior through Superbook. Now, partners are joining with us in the Superbook Project—helping produce more episodes, translate into more world languages, create mobile apps, websites, and curriculum for children to experience—in their own language."
Making a kid say the sinner's prayer ≠ "coming to know Jesus".
All in all, I dislike Superbook because of it's encouragement for weak, fake Christians.
Texting it at an appeal to authority only hinders your case, whatever it may be (even if I agree with it).