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AFA strikes out at gay programing...again!

This letter recently appeared on the AFA website asking Christian viewers to boycott NBC's long running sticom "Will & Grace" which is scheduled to air its final episodes this may.

SPECIAL ALERT! NBC to mock the Crucifixion of Christ

NBC, fresh from giving us the anti-Christian The Book of Daniel , has decided to hit back at the Christian community by presenting an episode of Will and Grace which mocks the crucifixion of Christ.

On the April 13 edition of NBC's Will and Grace , Britney Spears will appear as a Christian conservative sidekick to Sean Hayes' homosexual character, Jack, who hosts his own talk show.

Jack's fictional network, Out TV, is bought by a Christian TV network, leading to Spears contributing a cooking segment called "Cruci-fixin's." To further denigrate Christianity, NBC chose to air it the night before Good Friday.

Click Here to read the Associated Press article.

NBC does not treat Jews, Muslims or other religions with such disrespect. Yet the network demonstrates a deep of hostility toward followers of Christ.


1. Call your local NBC affiliate and ask them not to air the April 13 episode of Will and Grace . Ask others to call. Click here to find your local NBC station.
2. Click here to send a letter to NBC Chairman Bob Wright. Ask your pastor to run a notice in your church bulletins and newsletters and request members to go to and send the email to NBC Chairman Wright.
3. Click here to print out a petition (pdf) asking your local NBC affiliate not to air the April 13 episode and distribute it to your Sunday School class and fellow church members.

Next, and this is very important, please forward this to your friends and family today!

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Donald E. Wildmon, Founder and Chairman
American Family Association

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I can tell you at least one Christian will be tuning in.

1 comment:

Tyler Dawbin said...

FYI, it's "Cruci-fixin's" that AFA objects to, primarily, and in fact when I got this e-mail I didn't even notice the reference to a homosexual character.

But I guess that when one wants to feel persecuted, for whatever reason, they will find that way in which they are being persecuted - whether in fact or in fiction.

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