I have to ask this because I can't really get a clear answer...
For example, I was at a coffee shop and some guy, young under 30 or there about, walks in, dressed in black, with a shirt that had the Virgin Mary standing in a holy pose, with a skeleton face. He had a crucifix upside down, and a tattoo of the pentagram star "pentalpha' on his wrist.
My question is, why is Christianity and Christ mocked in such a hateful manner? What in the world compelled someone to have the Virgin Mary as a skeleton? Who would buy this? Rather, WHY would anti-Christians (non-believers) buy something or wear something like this? WHY??
Or see our symbol depicted in various sacrilegious ways in things like scary movies or music (heavy metal, anyone?) Again, why?
The way our Cross, the sign of salvation, is turned upside down and used as a symbol of evil? Why? Why do they (non-believers) go so far as to completely destroy our holy Cross, our God, His holy Mother, the church...I don't get it? I don't see the star of david used in these ways? Or of any other religious symbol. Why just Christianity? It is constantly being depicted as evil. For instance, the dreaded day, Halloween. Why do we see our holy symbols represented in such darkness? Another example, I had recently taken my car for repair, and I have a 3/4 inch size wooden crucifix hanging from my mirror. Upon getting my car, I noticed that whoever was working on it positioned the crucifix behind the car freshener, that too hanging from the mirror, in such a way as to completely hide my crucifix. Again, why!! Is it like kryptonite to these people?? What is their problem!!
My only explanation is that the only true, real, concrete, form is that of Christianity, and because it is so real it is out to be destroyed. Care to share your opinion on this and enlighten me?