“Son of God” through the Gay driven Agenda of the Huffington Post

I am not even going to comment on this (well, I am very tired), but just have a look at this paragraph on a Huffington Post article about the movie “Son of God” where we are told a bit of Jesus “male intimacy” with the dead Lazarus, which totally distorts the biblical  account:

Another moment suggesting masculine intimacy is when Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead. After entering the tomb, Jesus caresses the deceased Lazarus who lays on his back. Jesus stands behind his head and kisses it. At that point Larazus’s eyes pop open and Christ’s enlarge. The climax looks, well, climatic.


If you want to read the real account of how Lazarus came back from the dead, read John 11:38-44.

Pastor, besides this take by the Huffington Post, if you send your parishioners to see the movie, you are sending them to watch a fabricated Jesus, one that doesn’t have anything to do with Scripture. You should repent, NOW!!!

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