Listen up, TBS: God shall not be mocked

Wednesday, February 27, 2019
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Bill Bumpas (OneNewsNow.com)

"Miracle Worker" (TBS sitcom)A parent's advocacy group is warning advertisers to stay away from a new show on TBS that makes a mockery of God.

The sitcom called Miracle Workers is no laughing matter, according to Monica Cole, director of OneMillionMoms. She describes how the producers of the show depict God.

"They have God drinking beer, getting drunk, making irrational decisions, not caring about his people or earth," she lists, "and [how he] has plans to blow it up because he's just tired of not getting the respect he used to receive."

Cole contends the program is another attempt to distort the truth about Christianity. "It's extremely sacrilegious and blasphemous how the network is portraying God Almighty," she laments. "It's a mockery of God by having him say and do things that are extremely uncharacteristic of God."

Cole tells OneNewsNow that a loud and clear message needs to be sent.

"We're asking the network to cancel the show and [urging] the advertisers to discontinue their sponsorship just because of the crude jokes and the foul language that's also being used in this program," says Cole.

Specifically, 1MM has urged T-Mobile, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, and Sleep Number to pull their sponsorship of the program.

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