interesting...never heard of someone putting Disney World and Mickey Mouse in such a religious context, however. But everyone sees the world differently through their eyes.
From FortWayne.com (Indiana):
Posted on Sat, Apr. 21, 2007
Spirit of Disney World taken at faith value
By Rabbi Jonathan R. Katz
Congregation Achduth Vesholom
More than 25 years ago at Disney World, I had a friend snap a picture of me swearing on a pretend Bible that, if blessed with children, I would never take them to “The Mouse.”
Full story here: http://www.fortwayne.com/mld/journal...e/17113988.htm
There are many religious/moral/ethical themes that can be found in most Disney ventures, including WDW. There is even a book written about "The Gospel of Disney". Walt Disney came from a very conservative Christian family and his works showed that side even though Uncle Walt was not what you would call a religious man from what I have read about him. I am glad the good rabbi came to the realization that Disney is indeed good and gave his child the opportunity to witness and enjoy the Disney magic.
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