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Madonna Mocking Christ

American Family Assn website says NBC will air the bashing of Christians with a Madonna special in November. She will mock the crucifixion by hanging on a cross. This is the network that airs Veggie Tales on Saturday. How can we stop the blasphemy without reacting like Islamo-facists?

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The network will air whatever they think people want to watch. She is "entertainment" to some and an "artist" to others

I doubt if the ACLJ or Jay Seculow can help. Jay Seculow is a lawyer. She's doing nothing illegal...she has a 1st amendment right to do what she does (whether we like it or not)

It's not a continuing program, but a "special"...NBC knows there are PLENTY of people who will watch, regardless of any petitions.

If Christians make a public protest it will only draw more attention to her...in fact, make her even MORE interesting to a lot of people, who will then watch just to see what Christians are so upset about!

Some times the most effective weapon is just prayer.
---Donna66 on 6/27/10


It is very disturbing. If she were to mock any other religion, this would not be allowed.
---Kella8334 on 6/27/10


Well, I keep hoping that Jesus will do something to stop all the madness. Everyone is so concerned with offense. This offending God had better stop....It burns me up these idiots don't know or care what awaits them the moment God takes their breath. HELL, IS BRUTAL FOR SUCH PEOPLE, MY FRIENDS. My Savior from hell, how dare them to mock Him, when He pulled me out of such torment here on this earth, my whole life....If these people don't want to believe in Jesus, they can go on to hell, but, what about the people who loves God and is appreciative of what He has done for us. It hurts us, and we know that it is all stupid.
---catherine on 6/25/10


George

Madonna is NOT the name of the mother of Biblical Christ - her name was simply Mary

as for some celebrity mimicking an orgy in a church sadly she isn't proclaiming anything that has not already happened ...catholic priests had prostitutes in their churches and drunken orgies not exactly original in her idea's

as I've stated across a few TV topics why does ANYONE watch mindless entertainment found on TV? why fill your mind with Satan negative trash and filth and mind programming ad campaigns

stop taking the TV Drug for 30 days ...most can't do this because TV is addictive and like all addictions a FIX is required if one goes without for too long

there is nothing to stop if you don't start watching
---Rhonda on 6/25/10


No right to use that name! Madonna refers to Mary, Jesus' mother. She parades like an old stumpet, blaspheming and ridiculing the Lord in her underwear!

She's not the only one. Christina Aguilera has reached a new low. In her music video 'Not Myself Tonight' there's a scene of her, in an orgy IN A CHURCH! If that isn't desecration of sacred space... She's removed 'Christ' from her name and calls herself Xtina.

You who read this please take note that Illuminati are behind these atrocities. Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Beyonce etc.
all use occult symbols in their music and artwork. Look for the One Eye - usually they block or draw attention to one of their eyes. Blood, death, upside down crosses seem to be the norm.

Be vigilant!
---George on 6/25/10




Christians have rights. (1) Pray, (2) contact NBC and tell them not to air this, or you will take it to the ACLJ (Jay Seculow), (3) contact ACLJ (Jay Seculow) on this - he is a Christian lawyer that can fight for Christian rights in the Supreme Court on this issue. Also contact Rod Parsley who is founder of Center for Moral Clarity, and he can make up a petition for people to sign banning this program. Christians need to start taking action on things that concern us.
---Leslie on 10/29/08


Just ignore those people. Christ is much capable of taking care of Himself.
---pkay on 10/29/08


Christians should not even think about listening to this type trash that passes for music. Madonna has no shame for anything she does. She need to repent and get her life in order, before too late. God have mercy on her soul.
---Robyn on 7/7/07


Although I like Madonna's music, I question her rule-breaking tactics. It was innocent in the beginning, but has escalated to mocking Christianity. She appears to have sold her soul to the devil and was willing to give it all for fame. Was it worth it? Her music is good, but she didn't have enough faith in herself to believe it. Satanic-like performances and videos weren't necessary. Her soul is lost just as the many who choose the wrong road for the wrong reasons. Prayer is her only hope now.
---Jason on 7/7/07


We cannot do anything except to pray against that sort of thing. Madonna has just gone around the world on a tour doing a mock crucifixion in her stage act. I cringe to think what her judgment might be if she does not repent.

Moderator: We CAN do something...we can NOT watch! If they waste their time and money on something that does not become profitable, then they will be less likely to repeat this sort of action.
---Helen_5378 on 5/11/07




fpittman, it sounds like you might be Madonna's P.R. Specialist. She has offended most of the Christian world, so while "I should not be interested in her religious beliefs" - same goes for her politics.
---R.A. on 11/24/06


If she creates controversy for attention, how are you so sure it's not for money? Maybe she's duped the other half as well. Marketing is her talent, she's on the downhill slide. Age is catching up, 50 and dancing in your lingerie loses it's appeal.
---Shiela on 11/24/06


Personally I don't care what religion madonna participates in. Nor should anyone else. Fortunately everyone fell into Madonna's trap. Create controversy to get attention. The attention isn't for personal gain. Madonna is pleading for everyone to react to the plight of more than 1 million orphaned children in Africa due to the Aids crises. She has been an advocate for Aids education and awareness since the mid 80's. She want's you and everyone around the world to pay attention to this problem.
---fpittman on 11/23/06


We should vote by what we now believe, and that is God's rights and not the indiviuals. If God's law is been opposed we should fight for God moral laws, regardless of the sacrafice we have to pay. God should be primary in our believes for a Christian is under a new set of rules because we are God's children now. Speaking on politics on this website only causes descention among everyone. I too, as Darline, believe Bush is there because God allowed him to be there for this time.
---lisa on 11/7/06


George Bush won the election in USA because he is God's man for this time. He also won because of prayer,I was praying fervently he would win,and know other Christians did too. He was the best one if you remember the opponent believed in abortion,Bush doesn't. God establishes the thrones -rulers on earth and we are told to pray for our leaders so perhaps if things go wrong with them Christians haven't remembered to pray for their leaders enough.
---Darlene_1 on 11/7/06


Quent -- I can't find those old blogs where, as I remembered it, you attacked the president...so I'll take your word for it that you didn't. Sorry for going off on such a tangent. I have lost all objectivity on this subject (as if you couldn't tell). I disagree with you and all the liberals here, so please don't mention anything else political to me, anytime!
---Donna2277 on 11/7/06


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I get a kick out of her she has moxie/chutzpuh for sure! She wants us to accept her and her ways yet she mocks others. Respect is mutual a 2 way St. She wants respect for Kabala(many sp.) yet she shows none in return. I practiced this too but I gave respect to others even in sin. She has a real problem w/Jesus but in an odd way that is good she just cant seem to get around Him or over Him-He seems to be in her thoughts a lot.
---Jeanne on 11/6/06


Donna ... # 1 You say this of me "YOU CALLED HIM A LIAR, YOU CALLED HIM A DRUNK, now you suggest he won the election by CHEATING"
Where did I do that?
---quent5969_the_Scot on 11/6/06


Donna ... you say Madison is a harsh critic of America
Actually, I see she has criticised some American policies and actions. I criticise many policies of the present government of the UK
That does not mean we do not love our countries, nor does it lessen our patriotism.
Hundreds of thousands of left wing and right wing men from Britain fought in WW2 alongside each other, because of love of their country.
I see in Madison love of the unfortunates of American society. Do you scorn that?
---quent5969_the_Scot on 11/6/06


Donna ... # 4 You can safely ignore Blair ... he does not count in world politics and cannot destroy yuor country. But GW could destroy ours.
That's the difference.
---quent5969_the_Scot on 11/6/06


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Donna ... # 5 You ask why I did not like Margaret Thatcher.
I admired her very much, and agreed most of her policies. She rid the UK of the destructive power of the unions, and put our economy back on track, she also with Reagan saw to the end of the Cold War.
But her public personality was not attractive.
---quent5969_the_Scot on 11/6/06


Alan -- Everybody "cherishes free speech" as long as you agree with them. You and I both know some do agree. I'm just telling you how I feel.And I may be the only one. I see no reason for political discission on a Christian site. (Hey, we've already got a war between the Calvinists & Arminians!)
---Donna2277 on 11/6/06


Donna ... # 1 One of your probelms is you do not read what others write.
Did I say GW was a drunk, did I say he cheated? If you read, I just reported what had been said about him.
The reason I reported that was that I thought it would be useful for Americans to understand the perceptions of the rest of the World
---quent5969_the_Scot on 11/6/06


Donna ... # 2 .
I will report now that the majority of Britons think GW is a greater threat to the world than the leaders of NK, Iraq and Syria. Only Bin Laden is judged to be more dangerous than GW.
I say that to let you know how GW and America is viewed, not because I beleive it (I don't)
Same with the voting & the drink.
---quent5969_the_Scot on 11/6/06


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Donna ... #3 I think you still do not see why I feel I can criticise the President of your country ... as I do with regard to policies.
The reason is that, unlike, say the president of France, or the leader of any other country in the world, he is also my president, because of the overwhelming power he holds, for good or bad, and the overwhelming influence he has over the policies, foreign and domestic, of my own country.
---quent5969_the_Scot on 11/6/06


I have read your posts. More than On or Off, you don't talk about Jesus Christ in a personal way. I'm not sure what you are really in to. Why are your hidden political agendas more important to you than anything else?
---Joni on 11/5/06


Alan, you asked, "What is wrong about criticising another country's leader? You I am sure criticise the leaders of North Korea, and China, and Iran, and ...". There's nothing at all wrong with it and you are correct, Americans do the same. FTR, not all Americans are offended by other's criticisms. We cherish free speech.
---AlwaysOn on 11/5/06


#1 >>Do I repeatedly attack your President? .<<
YOU CALLED HIM A LIAR, YOU CALLED HIM A DRUNK, now you suggest he won the election by CHEATING.
I understand the futures of The U.S. and U.K. inevitably linked. Criticize the policies if you wish. I do that too. I criticize policies of other governments,but I don't call names.
You may not be care about Vincente Fox. He is a concern here because he encourages Mexicans to come here illegally...as well as Hamas infiltrating the U.S. from S.A.
---Donna2277 on 11/5/06


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#2 Alan - I only mentioned Madison because I felt she might be giving you courage to discard manners and consideration for others. Since you didn't understand my last post, I realize she probably had nothing to do with it.She seems to think a lot like you, however, and is a harsh critic of America. My main point really had nothing to do with her.... or Vincente Fox. I used Mexico in an example of diplomatic behavior
between citizens of different countries.
---Donna2277 on 11/5/06


#4 Alan-I never took sides in the situation between England and Ireland. I learned some of the history, watched the situation, yet it's your problem to work out, not mine. BUT I could have gone on a site like CN in the U.K and talked about how overbearing and arrogant the English are, how unfair to the Irish. England should just let them have that NE part! I could have said how smart Thatcher was (you didn't like her? why not?!!)
If you found all that a bit annoying, you might know how I feel.
---Donna2277 on 11/5/06


Quent the Scot- I don't think I've ever read any of your posts. I try to stay away from political blogs (not always successful)
Alan of UK--
I criticize what other leaders DO, sometimes, but try not to attack them personally. I did complain about Bill and Monica, but do not think this would be the appropriatre place to do it. YOU MISSED THE ENTIRE POINT OF MY POST (but I'm too busy to expain right now)
---Donna2277 on 11/5/06


Donna ... # 3 We in Britain are inevitably and inextricably bound up in the economic and diplomatic and military policies of the USA, and it has been thus since the end of WW2.
There have been times when this has worked well (and the Reagan/Thatcher partnership rid the world largely of Communism) and less well at other times.
---quent5969_the_Scot on 11/4/06


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Donna ... # 4 There is a time at present, where we face considerable danger, and I do not think that either the USA or Britain has handled the Iraq invasion and the aftermath well. Had proper thought been given beforehand, plans could have been laid to recreate Iraq for its people, rather than for the financial benefit of the "victors" who are now caught in a terrible quagmire of their own making, which is escalating to other parts of the world
---quent5969_the_Scot on 11/4/06


Donna ... # 5 .
I am not saying this is all the fault of George W and I suspect whoever the president had been, the same would have happened.
Incidently, you seem to think I should not criticise the president of the USA. Is that by chance because he is Republican. What would you have said had I criticised Clinto for his antics with Monica? I bet you would have allowed me to do that.
---quent5969_the_Scot on 11/4/06


Thumbs up Donna2277, I too am tired of the name calling and accusations by the candidates. It's hard to disprove and hurts both candidates when it comes to integrity. I wonder to myself how low will they go? It's disturbing, how can anyone be trusted when they all play dirty in the end.
I try to remember why I liked someone in the first place, and go from there.
---lynet on 11/4/06


Donna ... I had gone to bed and it suddenly struck me. What is wrong about criticising another country's leader? You I am sure criticise the leaders of North Korea, and China, and Iran, and ...
And the Americans criticised the British goverment when it came to Irish matters.
But I suppose the British are the past-masters at it ... about 70 years ago, whilst the US was praising him, British people were criticising ... Hitler
---alan8869_of_UK on 11/4/06


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Donna ... I am not a schizo ... There is only one of me. If you go the 3rd most helpful blog, and also try to PenPal both of us, you may work out why I am now ...
---quent5969_the_Scot on 11/4/06


Donna ... # 1 May I suggest yuo go back and re-read what I said? Do I repeatedly attack your President? You know the answer is NO.
Do I care whether Madison is a Socialist? No, it does not matter.
---quent5969_the_Scot on 11/4/06


Donna ... # 2 I think there is a slight differenc ebetween the president of Mexico, and the president of America, who is effectively the person who runs Britain, and whose actions have a huge and overwhelming effect on the people of Europe, and indeed of the world.
So if I feel that he is wrong about something that can mean life or death for myself or my children or countrymen, I think I do have the right to say something.
---quent5969_the_Scot on 11/4/06


Alan of UK -- I can't keep from saying this any longer. Madison may encourage you. She is an avowed Socialist. But I am offended when the citizen of another country repeatedly attacks the president to mine. I live near the Mexican border. I would NEVER think to criticize Vincente Fox to a Mexican, because it would be rude. Is such behavior considered good form in England?
---Donna2277 on 11/4/06


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I don't HAVE to respect the person in order to respect the office. I know some won't understand, but when I was in the military, I learned to salute senior officers...whether I "liked" them or not. A couple, I frankly didn't "respect"..the majority, I didn't even know. But I saluted them all. I knew they were human, not perfect, But I saluted a Colonel because he was a Colonel.. and I was not. Reason enough!
---Donna2277 on 11/4/06


Alan of UK-- I don't take that seriously at all. This accusation comes up EVERY time there is a close vote in ANY election. The winner is always accused! There's hardly ever any credible evidence...nobody presented any in the last election either.

We have Congressional and State elections in a few days...it's a political frenzy here... Nothing but lies and LUDICROUS accusations from politicians on both sides. Most average people are sick of it. I know I am.
---Donna2277 on 11/3/06


Donna ... I read the other day a very detailed account of the Presidential election, and it purportedly showed that Bush beat his opponent only by some cheating on the votes.
If that's the case, can he honestly be respected
---alan8869_of_UK on 11/3/06


David didn't touch Saul. I respect the Office of the President. If you don't respect the individual, there are sites where you can share your political diatribe, your fear of who the antichrist will be, and your appreciation for free speech that allows Madonna to mock Christianity.
---R.A. on 11/3/06


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RA --Thanks for speaking up! I'd like to see specific ministries (no matter how flamboyant their leaders) simply not discussed.

I was always taught that the "office" of the President was to be respected, no matter the man. Can you imagine Jesus speaking of Ceasar (or Pilot or other officials) the way Americans speak of their president? I think Paul would consider it a sin. I Tim 2:1-3. Politics dominates American news lately, so it is difficult.
---Donna2277 on 11/3/06


R.A., thank you for your comments. To answer your question, no, I'm not always on like a light bulb, sometimes I can be quite the dim-wit, lol. Neither am I always right, nor do I have the urge to be.

Alan, I appreciate the encouragement.
---AlwaysOn on 11/2/06


On a Christian site, I find your political comments unbiblical. It's biblical to support your President or Prime Minister. When specific names of presidents, $300,000 pastors/churches are named for critique - are you AlwaysOn like a light bulb or Always Correct?
---R.A. on 11/2/06


Madonna is in a class of her own and I don't think that the Lord would want to be part of her class. She mocks anything and everything that Christianity stands for and as long as the public is going to put up with it she's going to keep doing it. I think she's a disgrace to womanhood.
---Norma7374 on 11/2/06


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Always On. Perhaps now that RA sees the meaning of your name, he will change his opinion.
---alan8869_of_UK on 11/2/06


Why are you worried about what Madonna is going to do anyhow. Her very name (which she chose) is a mockery of Christianity. We can stop her blasphemy by not buying her products or watching her programs, if you are offended then don't watch the station, send a letter to the station, and watch something else. Madonna is simply doing this because she is losing the appeal she had before.
---Jared on 11/2/06


Thank you, Alan. You are partially correct. I am frequently on the web (though not necessarily on this site), thus the name.

R.A. what is it about my handle that turns you off?
---AlwaysOn on 11/2/06


I assumed that Always On called him or herself that because he or she was always on the web, & looking at this site.
---alan8869_of_UK on 11/2/06


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AlwaysOn, do you mean like a light bulb? Or does that mean you are always correct. I am turned off by the handle.
---R.A. on 11/2/06


Madonna maybe religious, But does she Love our living God. or is she of the world? Maybe if she would just say I am Christian instead of religious, Even pagans are religious. But I believe her heart is into the world.
---Mary_Ann on 10/31/06


Rachel, did you know that Madonna practices Kabbalah?
---AlwaysOn on 10/31/06


Madonna will never let you figure out her religion.
She will always keep you in wonder.
She is an Enigma.

Rachel
---Reiter on 10/30/06


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**That's a tough commandment to live up to if you don't believe in him.**

Whatever Mrs. Ciccio Penn's faults, she does believe in some kind of god or gods, though whether it's those of Hinduism or Kabbalah Judaism is hard to tell.
---Jack on 10/21/06


According to a local Christian Talk Show host, the NBC special, scheduled to air Nov. 22d, won't show Madonna on a cross. The host called it a major victory for the American Family Assn. & the 750,000 + Christians who contacted NBC & objected.
---Leon on 10/21/06


Exodus 20:7 Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain; for the LORD will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.

That's a tough commandment to live up to if you don't believe in him.
---Pharisee on 9/19/06


We can tell NBC to ban it anyways because it's blasphemous; this act mocks Christ. Most celebrities are always or usually good in mocking Christ, even turning away from Him towards money and drugs (or black magic).
---CNoEvil on 9/19/06


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I appreciate the moderator & pkay's responses. We can change the channel, and we can not purchase from those companies that choose to use the add time during the show. And, ultimately, Jesus is a lot bigger than any foolishness Madonna produces... He'll be around a lot longer than she will - through eternity. Also, weren't we all mockers and God haters before we knew Him... I'm praying for her.
---daphn8897 on 9/19/06


I agree wholeheartedly with the moderator. If nothing else gets their attention, the loss of revenue will do it every time. "For the love of money is the root of all evil..." (1 Tim 6:10)
---Leon on 9/19/06


Not only do you have the choice not to watch it, you can also write a sincere letter to NBC Program Director and explain lovingly why you will not watch it. Tell them how you appreciate the airing of Veggie Tales, and why, and then explain how you will not watch our Lord be mocked by this woman. Most of all, pray as you write the letter, and pray for the Program Director.
---Madison1101 on 9/19/06


You can send around a petition stating you want NBC to cancel her show, and then mail it to the producers. Make sure you have a substantial reason why they should cancel it or they may dismiss it entirely. If you feel that strongly about it, you can boycott the station. Write a letter to the producers and let them know you will no longer support them, and why. Chances are you won't hear from them, nor will they care, but you never know. It may plant a seed.
---Katie on 9/19/06


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Mad-donna is "way over forty" & her time is running out. The "material girl" appears to be demon(s) possessed. Pray for her deliverance & restoration to a right mind. Otherwise, she could one day open her eyes & find herself in the midst of hell's horrors. (Galatians 6:7-8)
---Leon on 9/19/06


Yes, I am a member of American Family Assn. I received an e mail from them asking all christians to call or e mail NBC in protest of this mockery. I agree, I wouldn't want to be in her shoes on judgement day.
---shira_9639 on 9/19/06


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