Why would Ginny say that she "liked being dead", if, by the author's belief, all Satanists go to Hell?
Considering that the "satanists" are always depicted as hedonists, she probably thought it was kinky. Then again, that's giving someone who can't decide if a character is dead or not too much credit.
Percy stabs a Communist Mook through the eye with the spear so that it goes out the nape of his neck, then proceeds to cut the man's head off. How is it even possible to drive a spear through the eye socket so that it goes downward and out the back of the neck if, as is most likely, the victim was standing up?
If Grover keeps getting cloned and resurrected by the atheists, why is he a Prayer Warrior from the fourth incarnation onwards?
Why would the critics go to Hell? Assuming the worst case scenario being that the author is not a troll and really is like the mother from Carrie, I at least understand what happens in the main story since its sadly based on stuff in the actual Bible. But why the critics? Sure it could be from the fact that a majority of them are not religious or have different beliefs. But that raises questions for those who are Christian ,but are still disturbed by this and/or anyone that just thinks that it's badly written in general. But the reason it bothers me is that it further proves how hypocritical the authors are since saying people will go to hell for simply not likely their brilliant story is a rather arrogant thing to say. And I would like to remind you that Pride is one of the The Seven Deadly Sins. Good job at spreading the gospel, guys!