How Should the Church Respond to Blasphemy from the World?

What should Christians do when the world blasphemes Jesus?

Islam is quite sensitive when their guy is “blasphemed.” Islam is a man-made religion with a man-made God. If you want to know how men think, take a look at Islam.

When Muhammad is picked on, Muslims want to kill people.

Therefore, when Jesus is picked on, Christians should largely ignore it and be loving and forgiving.

The latest blasphemy against Jesus Christ is from the Cartoon Network and their new show, Black Jesus.

“The show takes place in Compton, California and is based on the premise of “Black Jesus” bringing happiness and positivity to the hood. Throughout the show, Black Jesus will come across gang-bangers, non-believers, and alcoholics (among other things) which will make his job of making the hood a happier place extremely difficult.”

There is no way this show will not be blasphemous.

So, should the Church be outraged, boycott, and throw a hissy-fit?

When the Church does this, mostly we just do the world’s marketing for them.

Instead, the Church should ignore this one, and the next one, and the next, as the hits will keep coming.

We live in a world that is run by the Devil and his minions. Satan is the god of this age, the prince of the power of the air. He has control over the entertainment industry, I don’t think there’s much surprise in that observation.

Let him have his fun. Who cares. Jesus wins.

The larger concern should be: does your life accurately portray Christ?

That’s enough to keep a guy concerned right there.

But I say unto you which hear, Love your enemies, do good to them which hate you,Bless them that curse you, and pray for them which despitefully use you.

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