CBS Show 'Angel From Hell' Mocks Christianity

Jane Lynch, right, in 'Angel from Hell.'
Jane Lynch, right, in 'Angel from Hell.' (Facebook)

CBS is now airing a Christian-bashing program titled Angel From Hell, about a "not-so-good" guardian angel starring Jane Lynch. The previews alone can make believers sick to their stomachs with the blasphemous content including crude humor, foul language and distasteful dialogue. The new show airs on Thursday evenings at 9:30 p.m. EST/8:30 p.m. CST with a 14-DL rating. 

This program is a new comedy that focuses on a holier-than-thou character who is anything but that. The network also cast children in scenes that are extremely inappropriate, such as the angel using foul language in front of them and then joking that she never promised to be G-rated. The premiere also included the angel hiding liquor in the children's clothes and saying, "My booze!" followed by a little boy saying, "That's so cool!" Almost every scene included the angel drinking alcohol from a flask, even on Sunday, and once at a bar. Not to mention the angel rides on a wrecking ball while busting up a concrete angel statue. 

Is nothing sacred anymore? Once again networks like CBS mock Christianity. Angel From Hell is a demeaning show portraying Christians in a negative light. This program is another attempt to distort the truth about Christianity. There is strength in numbers, so please share this with everyone you know! 

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