Perverted: NBC Says the Apostles Were Gay Friends
Christians in America may not be physically tortured or arrested for their faith as many are in other countries, but make no mistake, leftists in America are doing their very best to attack and mock Christianity every chance they get. A popular TV show from NBC is the latest left-wing outlet to take a shot at Christianity. The perversion of the Gospel spewing from this particular episode is beyond the pale.
In an episode of “Will & Grace,” the blatant perversion of Christian teaching and mocking of the Christian faith comes from one of the main characters.
Jack, a gay character himself, enters the scene after having just come back from church.
“I’m just gonna say it. I had a terrific morning at church,” he said. “I learned a lot. Did you know that back in the day, gay best friends were called apostles? And, Grace, you’ll be interested to know Mary Magdalene is a derivative of the Latin word “Hag-dalene.”
Grace then turns to him and says, “You’re gonna hate Leviticus.”
So apparently, according to NBC, men can’t be friends unless they are gay. Yeah, nice try, NBC. Not everyone is obsessed with making everything about sex like you.
This isn’t the first time leftist entertainment media has made the joke that the apostles were gay. Newsbusters points out that, “SMILF had some weird commentary on the sexual habits of the apostles and their version of ‘gaymen’ was ‘a-woman.'”
The show then took a turn and took a quick jab at Donald Trump, spewing the tired old lie about Russian collusion.
In one scene, Karen, who is played by Megan Mullally, is seen talking on the phone. “Hi, Jared, put your wife on the phone. Oh, hi, Vanky. Listen, I want just you to know that I’m gonna win that scavenger hunt this year. And I mean actually win it, without help from the Russians.”
Vanky, you might have guessed, is Ivanka Trump.
During interview with Variety, Eric McCormack, who plays the main character Will, said the show is meant to be controversial. “We’re going to be as progressive and offensive as we can be. If we don’t offend somebody with every show, we’re probably getting a little safe,” he said.
But this raises the question, why don’t they ever offend Muslims? Why don’t they ever mock Islam?
Could you imagine if “Will & Grace” ran an episode saying that Mohammad and his followers was gay together?
We are, by no means, saying they should do that, but if they were really about being “progressive” and “offensive” with the goal of offending everybody, shouldn’t every group, religion, sexual orientation, etc. be attacked?
The answer is a resounding no. Liberals aren’t about offending everyone. They are about offending those who don’t agree with them.
The producers of “Will & Grace” aren’t courageous by attacking or trying to offend Christians. It’s just the same ole garbage being spewed out of the mouths of liberals that we hear time and time again.
Sorry guys, the apostles weren’t gay. But, if you’re really wanting to look at the Bible, I’ve got some passages of Scripture I’d be more than happy to send your way.
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