Santiago, seriously I'm a Christian also but this is utter nonsense. The Christian version of the editor? Having that font and/or MP3 support does not make the editor 1) illegal, 2) unethical, 3) immoral, or 4) send you to Hell when you die because you looked at the font.
SSH was kind enough to provide you with a modified EXE in the hopes that perhaps this foolish reign of terror would come to an end. Clearly it has not. I honestly don't know if you're trying to be serious or if you're just shooting for the 2009 Annual Attention Whore/AGS Troll-of-the-Year Award.
There is absolutely no need for the subtitles on the splash screen to be replaced with quotes from the Bible. It's absurd to request such a thing. Let me ask you this, does your web-browser have a special feature which pops up a Bible quote for every page you view? Does it replace all Google Ads with Jesus Tags? That might be a bit sacrilegious, but that's between me and my God.
There's nothing wrong with being Christian. There's nothing wrong with believing in and loving God. But when you become so extremist as demanding that someone provide you a version of the editor with all non-religious text replaced with Bible quotes...I just don't know what to say to that.
You know, I'm just reminded of religious suicide bombers. They believe that what they are doing is right. To them, what they are doing is pleasing to their God. But how could a loving God demand the mindless slaughtering of innocent civilians? I'm not trying to make this a religious debate, however when you go around flinging your own beliefs in everyone's faces and telling them how wrong they all are and how they're all going to burn in Hell because AGS doesn't have quotes from the Bible?
I'm not perfect. I know my own sins. But honestly Santiago...I pity you.