In a recent article, Cheap Monday's logo designer Bjorn Atldax says he's not just trying for an antiestablishment vibe.
"It is an active statement against Christianity," Atldax told The Associated Press. "I'm not a Satanist myself, but I have a great dislike for organized religion."
The label's makers say it's more of a joke, but Atldax insists his graphic designs have a purpose beyond selling denim: to make young people question Christianity, a "force of evil" that he blames for sparking wars throughout history.
It seems that by making such broad, sweeping statements, Atlax has a lot of angst - not just against the institutional forms of Christianity, but against the Christian faith in general. Anti-Christian sentiments are certainly nothing new, but do you think that we'll continue to see such philosophical activism increase throughout the consumer marketplace? If not, why not? But if so, what do you envision for the future in this regard?
And finally, how should the Christian community respond to all of this? And what SHOULDN'T we do?
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