Monotheism v 4.3
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edit History of Monotheism v 4.3
God first recognized the need for a newer version of monotheism when customers started buying ideas that were not compatible with any of the existing faiths. Especially embarrassing was the Y1K1D1X7I Bug, where some users of the Christian platform found that there faith no longer worked in Christian networks. Other problems with the older platforms included:
Some of the problems were fixed with patches, the biggest of which was the Church of Latter Day Saints (Monotheism v 3.7.3). But in 1901, God realized that the bugs were too ingrained in the faiths to be fixable, and announced that a new version would be released within fifty years. The result was Scientology, now considered to be one of the greatest flops in religious history.
“Even worse than Windows Me. I'm not exactly sure what Windows Me is, but I'm sure it's really bad.”
Following the Scientology failure, Heaven immediately set out to creating a new faith, "Project Tree Frog," completely revamping it instead of keeping most bits and just adding stuff about messiahs, prophets, and space operas.
edit Projected Differences Between Version 4.3 and Predecessors
Unlike previous versions, 4.3 will have a graphical user interface. For example, instead of this,
“17\5\DEUT: "Thou shalt not kill"”
the system will look like this,
Going along with the more "user-friendly" model, the system will overhaul the Ten Commandments, which were the object of frequent complaint in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. In version 2.1 ("Project Christ"), an attempt was made to streamline the ten into only two, but never caught on. Version 4.3 will have One Suggestion:
- Thou shalt try thy best to not be a complete tool. (Still in beta)