How fascinatingly similar -- in both its content and its common misunderstanding -- to "God is Dead." In both cases, it's not the entity but the idea that is being "killed." The violent imagery is appropriate for some people and distracting for others, but the message is an interesting one:

The existence of a holy figure is less important than the story. And the other side of that, which is to say that destroying the story is an act of violence equal to killing the actual god.