Christians hope rapture not as disappointing a GOT season 8 finale
The Game of Thrones Season 8 finale aired last night on HBO and to say fans were as disappointed as God in Genesis 6:6 would be an understatement.
With a petition to remake of GOT season 8 with competent writers reaching more than one million signatures the fans have made their disappointment known.
George R R Martin became an atheist after watching it saying, “How could there be a God when abuse like this happens to my story line?”
Whereas the writers DB Weiss and David Benioff at first brushed off the concerns saying the fans were “entitled snowflakes” they finally realised their total depravity and confessed their need for God or at least George R R Martin’s quality dialogue.
Feminists were outraged that all the women were killed off in the “regressive narrative” with a return to male dominated rule which will never be as kind and as inclusive as that of Cersei Lannister.
However, the greatest upset of the Game of Thrones Season 8 finale was experienced by Christians (who really shouldn’t be watching this unredeemed show):
“What if the rapture is as disappointing? What if after waiting more than 2000 years for Jesus’ return we get someone as odd and as out-of-touch as Bran on the throne?”
Others were worried about the sudden change of personality of characters, “What if the Jesus we know from the Bible suddenly changes into a genocidal maniac like Daenerys?”
Others still were worried about the various loose ends, “What if we never find out what happened to Enoch or whether Isaac ever trusted his dad again?”
However, most disappointed of all were those who slated the Left Behind movie and series of books as “the most disappointing and theologically questionable stuff ever” who now have to eat their words.
Reporter: John Spencer aka Not the Bible