Netflix “Gay Jesus” parody underscores decline in morality

Remember when there used to be lines in society nobody wanted to cross out of reverance and respect? Two things I was always taught were don’t mock Jesus, and children are untouchable. These days however nothing is off the table when it comes to Jesus and Children.

It didn’t matter what political party you were affiliated with back in the day, Jesus was respected and children were protected. Oh, and there were only two genders as well, but I digress.

How did we go from being a society that, despite one’s beliefs, respected Jesus, into one that mocks him by making movies about him being homosexual? How did we turn from a society that fiercely protected it’s children into one that defends murdering them in the womb (sometimes even shortly after they’ve been born) and giving them drag queen story time at the local library?

If you’re someone who claims to be a born-again Christian, and aren’t offended by either, than the God you serve is different than the one I do. In fact, my God is against homosexuality and views it as an abomination.

Leviticus 20 : 13 – And if a man lie with mankind, as with womankind, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them.

Jesus expressly said that children belong to him as well.

Matthew 19:14 – But Jesus said, Suffer the little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for to such belongeth the kingdom of heaven.

It’s no accident that Satan is going after the two things that society used to have the most reverence for. However, it is not shocking. The bible says that in the end, the right shall become wrong and the wrong shall become right. There is nothing more wrong than mocking Jesus and murdering and corrupting our children. Neither are normal behavior.

It’s time for all born-again Christians to stand united and defend our faith, Jesus and our children. We need to fight for them with our faith and the same vigor that evil is using to destroy them. After all, it was Jesus who took on all of our sins and died on the cross so we could have eternal life.


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