I think it is quite stupid to claim that Far Cry 5 are portraying Cultists as antagonists...Also that they are trying to shut down the production of the game... Thats typically US... Personally I wouldn't care if the game was showing Nazi's or Communists as heros, its just a game and they take it way too personally. The worst is that it is not Cultists them self who claims these. It is regular citizens, aka Far Cry Haters... Typically haters...

"May Pagans light, shine upon you all" (talk) 08:53, November 8, 2017 (UTC)Wikiawrider.

Full disclosure, I don't play Far Cry and have no interest in Far Cry 5. But please don't judge Americans as a whole according to the opinion of select individuals, because we don't all share that opinion. I'm American and white and personally have no issue at all with whom Ubisoft has chosen to be the antagonists of the game. From what I've read of this "controversy", some American Christians are seeing the cultists in this game as representations of them and have suggested various things from changing the villains to Muslims and other non-whites to moving the game's setting to Canada in order to make it "less offensive." Not a single publication has taken this group (Gamers United) or its petition seriously with them all questioning whether it's real or satire. And FC5 most definitely isn't going to be cancelled, so I say don't sweat the small stuff and just enjoy the game. Ghost Leader (talk) 06:15, March 7, 2018 (UTC)

The Cult in the game is not even a Christian cult. Joseph Seed never acknowledges Christ as the savior or the Son of God, in fact, churches and crucifixes are often desecrated by the Cult: they threw one on a bonfire, put a cardboard box on Jesus' head in Throne of Mercy Church (not to mention that the tossed the crucifix to a heap of garbage), and used crucifixes for their "sacrifices". Joseph Seed says quite explicitly in The Book of Joseph that he came to save lives, not souls. Faith Seed's rambling about how a baby does not have a soul and how men get their souls from other people is also a telltale sign that the Peggies do not believe in an immortal soul, and thus they are not a Christian denomination. Desyndra (talk) 13:24, June 7, 2018 (UTC)
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