Is anyone else bothered by the adverts for the new Kit Kat Chunky? Emblazoned on bus shelters all over town, a casual disregard for the third commandment – thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain – a morally binding requirement that the name of God ‘be holily and reverently used in thought, meditation, word, and writing’.
I don’t suppose there’s much point writing in tones of loud righteous indignation, because of how amazingly many self-identifying Christians think so little of taking God’s name in vain, not to mention the routine practice of non-religious people who only ever (but, all the time) make use of the name of God or Christ as a swearword.
But still, it’s rather insulting.
If I wasn’t already boycotting Nestle, I would be now.