HOME > NEWSROOM > ARTICLES > Christian Advocacy Group Protests Offensive Cartoon Network Program

Christian Advocacy Group Protests Offensive Cartoon Network Program

The Christian Film & Television Commission® (CFTVC), an advocacy group promoting quality Christian entertainment, is organizing a protest against Black Jesus, the Cartoon Network’s new controversial program.

Dr. Ted Baehr, Chairman and Founder of CFTVC, said his group is sending a petition to Turner Broadcasting CEO John Martin, asking him to cancel the program, which he feels is not only blasphemous but also racist.

“This program isn’t a case of accidental offense,” Dr. Baehr stated. “It’s a very purposeful mockery and ridicule of African Americans, Jesus Christ, and Christianity.”

Dr. Baehr noted that Turner Broadcasting, on its official website, promises to honor “diversity” and “respect” a “multiplicity of voices,” but seems to be violating those principles in giving the go-ahead for Black Jesus.

CFTVC is urging Americans to let Turner Broadcasting chief John Martin know that they do not support anti-Christian and racist television shows, and that they expect major media corporations to behave in a more responsible manner.

To submit a request to cancel Black Jesus that will go to Mr. Martin, Turner Broadcasting’s chairman, and other key executives, click here.

By NRB Staff

Published: August 14, 2014

Comments

You must be logged in to leave a reply. Login »

Latest News

Senate Funders Take Aim at Agencies

Members of the Senate Appropriations Committee this week advanced legislation with provisions to restrict several agencies, particularly the FCC and the IRS.

Justice Alito Gives Insight into the Supreme Court

In a lengthy interview with Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito provided insight into the high court’s procedures, commentary on recent cases, and some thoughts on baseball.

Pro-Life Ministries Need Not Apply?

Earlier this year the fight against human trafficking, rightly an effort that crosses partisan lines, was drawn into a battle over the federal funding of abortion in Congress.

2016 NRB Media Awards: Nomination Window Now Open!

NRB is currently accepting nominations for the 2016 Annual Media Awards and will be doing so until August 14, 2015. A long-standing hallmark of NRB, the awards program remains one of our most valued traditions.

NRB Members Respond to Planned Parenthood Exposé

Various NRB members joined in the massive outcry against Planned Parenthood after an undercover video was released last week showing a senior director from Planned Parenthood outlining the sale of fetal body parts.

Life Issues Institute Hosts Event in Memory of Late Pro-Life Pioneer Dr. Jack Willke

Life Issues Institute President Bradley Mattes hosted a memorial reception to honor the life of pro-life pioneer Dr. John C. (Jack) Willke on Tuesday, July 21, in Washington, DC.

J103 GM Steve Green Marks 35 Years in Radio

At the age of six, Steve Green says he had a transistor radio glued to his ear. While the music was “amazing,” Green recalls how it was the announcers that fascinated him. For hours, he would just to find out what they were going to do next!

TWR360 Christian Web Portal Adds 40th Language as Expansion Continues

When TWR360 was launched in May 2013, the web portal to Christian media content was available in only five languages.

FCC Moves to Adjust Field Operations

This week at the FCC’s monthly public meeting, the Commissioners voted unanimously for a plan to change its field operations structure, most notably by closing 11 field offices.

Judiciary and Commerce Committee Leaders Investigating Planned Parenthood

After the release of an undercover video this week in which a Planned Parenthood leader reveals horrific details about the sale of aborted babies’ body parts, Congress is ratcheting up the pressure.

More News