>otaku comitted suicide
>an explicit sin in christianity
>still sent to heaven instead of hell
>writers so lazy they couldn't even check their work for flaws
It's fucking easy to create bait for this series and you choose this? Fucking apply yourself.
well baited, here's your reply
understand that anyone who puts Christian discussion in a medium from a country that's I think is only 1% Christian is probably doing that shit on purpose
it's like talking about whether a Hollywood movie content is acceptable to Sharia law
>Christ, who escaped the crucifixion, went through the ups and downs of travel, and again came to Japan. He settled right here in what is now called Herai Village, and died at the age of 106.
So didn't pay attention to the episode, then.
Havent seen the show but that sounds like it could be analogous to what some theologians and Dante would call "Limbo," and i'm guessing the writers accidentally made that analogy, meaning that they were too lazy to even do that much research into the religion in the first place
Sin does not necessarily imply mortal sin. Suicide is not a mortal sin if you are under duress or otherwise have your consent compromised.
They are a minority but there are actually 3.5 million Christians living in Japan. Our Lady of Akita is a very famous Marian apparition from Japan.
Death Parade is garbage so far, dude. It's super frustrating how afraid the studio is of ambiguity.
I wouldn't call it edgy, but it probably isn't worth watching, either. Check out Death Billiards for a taste test. That's better than anything in the TV series so far, so if you're not feeling that, then don't bother
No, because it seemed fairly obvious that
The mother in ep 4 wanted to live, more so than the NEET. The problem was that she was pretty much a total cunt and didn't deserve another chance.
Spooky symbols be spooky, but life is suffering as well in Buddhism. It would make sense to represent reincarnation with spooky suffering.
There's no way to know if the elevators are fixed to go in to one place or another either. Maybe either could go to void or not.
'Words 02 - Reincarnation and the Void
These are where souls that have been judged go.
Once the deceased have been judged after playing one of many games, they are escorted to two side-by-side doors, each containing a customers-only elevator leading to reincarnation or the void.
The "White Noh Mask" and the "Hannya Mask" are displayed above the elevator doors, and reveal where the souls are headed. Once the souls of the deceased have made their journey, their bodies take the form of dolls.
Those who are reincarnated may live anew in the present day, but those sent to the void are cast into the graveyard of souls.
Souls cast into the Void are left with their negative emotions and consciousness intact, and remain in nothingness for all eternity.'
Because life is supposed to be "a gift", something you have to use so you can become something in this world. Killing yourself is pretty much saying "I can't deal with life so I'm just going to waste any kind of possibility of ever doing anything".
At the same time, they'll tell you you have the choice to do whatever you want, though.
>but why is society really against suicide
You serious? Everyone can be convinced at a certain moment of their lives that all live is suffering, before they get over it after 5 minutes. Why would society want people to kill themselfs over a few seconds of angst. Also there's the whole birth is a miracle thing, if you are into that.
That's pretty contradictory isn't it? I mean, it's my life shouldn't I decide how I deem it?
Pic related this what society would deem as a "gift".