Netflix is the largest internet entertainment service in the world…
125 million subscribers in 190 countries watch more than 140 million hours of movies and TV shows per day.
This entertainment giant is conducting an all-out attack against family values and Christianity.
How are they doing it … and why?
Let me explain…
- Assault on Children and Family Values:
Parents should be very worried about Netflix programming … especially programming aimed at kids.
Recently, Netflix announced its intentions to launch a new animated series called “Super Drags.”
Yes … it’s about 3 drag queens…
Produced by Combo Studio in Brazil, Netflix describes the series:
“During the day, they work in a department store and deal with their uptight bitchy boss. By night, they tighten up their corsets and transform into the baddest SUPER DRAGS in town, ready to combat shade and rescue the world’s glitter from the evil villains. Get ready, because the SUPER DRAGS are going deeper than you think.”
While the subject-matter of the series is adult-oriented, the fact that it’s animated suggests the producers – and Netflix – hope kids will notice the trailer and watch the show.
If you are a parent or grandparent, be very aware of the anti-Christian content that’s pervasive in all entertainment venues … and keep tabs on what your kids and grandkids are watching.
- Assault on Christianity:
Shelly and I watch Netflix on occasion…
And while rare, they do sometimes show powerful Christian movies … such as The Case for Christ.
We were up in the mountains recently … and I turned on my Netflix menu “Because You watched.” This feature identifies shows similar to ones you’ve already watched…
The menu recommended Come Sunday.
I was delighted … Another Christian movie, I thought…
The movie was produced to undermine a Christian’s faith … but in a very subtle way…
Very effective against those not grounded in the God’s word…
Subtly, Come Sunday:
- Undermines the justice, mercy and love of God
- Undermines the truth of salvation by grace alone through faith in Christ alone
- Undermines the necessity of repentance from sins
Don’t be fooled if you have Netflix … or if you get Netflix in the future…
Warn others not to be fooled by the Netflix recommendations.
No need to watch the heresy and the blasphemy … unless you want to do so to sharpen your discernment of false doctrine … and your apologetics skills.
Come Sunday is simply propaganda for universalism, which teaches:
- There is no hell … no eternal separation from God for unbelievers
- Everyone is saved … whether or not they believe in the substitutionary death of Christ on the cross to pay the just penalty for their sin
The apostle Paul gave this advice to the early church in Galatia – a part of modern-day Turkey – on how to recognize false doctrine:
“But even if we, or an angel from heaven, should preach to you a gospel contrary to what we have preached to you, let him be accursed!” (Galatians 1:8)
Watch the response of Archbishop J. Delano Ellis II to Carlson Pearson’s doctrine of inclusion (10 ½ minutes):
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