Posted by Phil Colvin from usern496.uk.uudial.com on May 16, 1998 at 09:18:09:
In Reply to: INDIANA AND RELIGON posted by hayden on May 14, 1998 at 22:31:08:
: Hasn't any one ever given the scene in last crusade,where Hitler signs the grail book,any thought in a religious context.He wasn't just signing the book for the hell of it ;it signified pure evil being on the pages of good.As with character that drank from the wrong cup ,so it was with Hitler .Signing a book such as this must certainly have some religious context;i.e.was it a hint from the directors that Hitler was bound to fail under the power of god?
It was just a comic scene, with Indy coming up against the leader of the people he dislikes most, nothing more.
The Grail Diary has about as much religious significance as the Turin Shroud...it's purely an archeological thing, unrelated to the true anture of God/Christianality etc.
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