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-Family Guy’s Attack on Christ and Christmas

by Dr. D ~ December 9th, 2014

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Sunday night the very popular TV show Family Guy aired a controversial  ‘Christmas’ episode entitled- ‘The 2,000-year-old virgin.’ Here’s a synopsis of the show:

Peter is stunned to run into Jesus at the mall, and even more stunned to discover that he is still a virgin, so Peter recruits Quagmire and Cleveland to celebrate Jesus’ birthday by finding a way to end his celibacy.

During the episode, the ‘Jesus’ character asks for Peter’s permission to bed his wife Lois and both agree until they find out that this ‘Jesus’ has been fooling around with other husband’s wives for years and really is no virgin at all.

To fully understand where the writers of the show are coming from, here are several quotes from Family Guy’s creator Seth MacFarlane who is actually an activist atheist:

"I do not believe in God. I’m an atheist. I consider myself a critical thinker, and it fascinates me that in the 21st century most people still believe in, as George Carlin puts it, ‘the invisible man living in the sky’," he has said in an interview.

"Do I have that much contempt for Christianity? I guess maybe I do… live with it," he added in the Family Guy Season 4 commentary.

Response: So The writers of this show ‘celebrate’ the Christmas season by portraying Jesus as a lying philandering adulterer. And to top it off in his own words this false ‘Jesus’ says:

"Who cares? I’m not even real. Merry Christmas"

An obvious dig and a thumbing of the nose at Christians and Christianity during one of the most important Christian holiday seasons. Can anyone imagine similar themes and dialogue being aired on TV a generation ago?  The current cultural PC dictum that all should avoid offending anyone or anything obviously does not count when it comes to Christians and Christmas.           *Top

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