@MoMo: Sacrelidge is a subjective idea. The practice of your religion is sacrilegious to pious followers of other religions. I don't think Denver Cruisers is bound by your concept of sacrilege, just as I don't think you are bound by what other faiths consider sacrilegious.
@Alt: Frankly, I don't think wearing a silly Jesus costume is an action that has much gravity. I don't buy that he's alive somehow, watching me. Even if he were, I don't think he would be so thin-skinned as to banish me to a torture prison forever because I dressed up as him for a bike riding party.
I also don't think that I'm "everything wrong with society," and I wonder if you'd say that about me if you knew me personally.
@max800 Soo..basically you are justifying the the blatant disrespect of Christianity?? OK. Look, I dont give a damn what a person believes in. Its about respect. Disrespecting any religion is unacceptable. So call it subjective, call it whatever makes you feel less of a douche nozzle.
@MoMoDesu Yep, that's what I'm justifying. Allow me to elaborate:
Any religion is a set of ideas. You have a set of ideas that include Jesus being the son of an all-powerful omniscient creature. Hindus have a set of ideas that include the reincarnation of human souls into other humans, animals, or divinities. I have a set of ideas that include holding all such beliefs subject to scientific standards of evidence.
I don't think any of those sets of ideas should be immune from criticism. The marketplace of ideas is crippled if we protect some ideas from counterargument.