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I believe it's possible that you've misunderstood. We have no intention of being denigrating to any system of belief, especially seeing as I personally carry a set of religious convictions myself.

That scene is an expression of the main character's frustration and meant to be nothing more. The main character has, in that moment, become so frustrated by an increasingly absurd series of events that "God must be dead", much like the old statement by Friedrich Nietzsche that "We have killed God."

If you would still like a refund for your game, we would be happy to provide you with one, but know that we are of no frame of mind to be harshly criticizing religion or any such deeply held creeds. We're sorry that you interpreted this to be as such and we appreciate your coming to us to voice your concerns.

If you'd like to contact us privately as well, you may do so at our email address 'trainwreckstudiosgames@gmail.com'.

I hope to hear from you soon and I'd like to clear this up as soon as possible!

-Wilson Taylor

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I see, thank you very much for addressing this so quickly, i'm truly glad it was just a misunderstanding, i was enjoying the game very much and feel awful to left the story half way, but truly to me God is the most important thing in the world and the choices left me very confused, i'm glad it was just a misunderstanding, i never hear of those expressions before that was why it caught me off guard, thanks again for clearing the misunderstanding and thanks for the wonderful game and engaging story looking forward to finish it. A refund won't be necessary, my only problem with the game was the misunderstanding, truly thanks again :)

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Of course!

We really hope that you enjoy it and have a great day!

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Thank, i did indeed! :)