Seriously, in these instances a couple of you guys come off sounding like exactly what you are: narrow-minded young men with not enough experience under your belts to know which end is up.G-force wrote:... I will not stand for people using my gods name along with wrongful things ...
... I will still stand for what I think is right even if you don't like it.
As many others have stated, I, too, am a religious person. I commend you for standing up for what you believe in. However... dude, sometimes you should just chill and take things for what they are - satire and humor - and not try to read something into it. There is a time for standing up for your beliefs and a time to let things be. Most of the time keeping things peaceful is the best choice - I'm sure "your god" would agree.
Your definition of using "your gods" name with "wrongful things" may be completely different from someone else's. No matter how much you try, you cannot force everyone to believe the same things that you do (ever heard of little something called Religious Persecution). And you can't make everyone act or write in a specifc way just so it doesn't tick you off. You'll find that you may be able to make and enforce your rules in your own home, but you'll have no luck doing so beyond those walls.
Eventually you're going to have to go out and experience the world and though you can try to isolate yourself from everything you don't like, in the end you'll only end up isolated. And along the way you'll miss a lot of the enjoyment and knowledge that you can gain from other people's differing beliefs. Some advice: next times you cross paths with someone with different beliefs than you, rather than ridicule and pressure them to act as you would like them to, engage them in a friendly conversation and discuss their beliefs and yours and learn how and why they are different. You'll find that you'll grow a lot more that way. And you'll end up accomplishing His goals in a much better way - by becoming a better instrument for Him.