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Blasphemous 24 Portrait Art Exhibit Depicts Jesus Christ as a Gay Man

A newly republished art exhibit by a homosexual man is shown depicting Jesus Christ as, not shockingly, a homosexual man. The series of paintings is called Passion of the Christ: A Gay Vision.

Please note that the Bible forbids any artistic representation of God, as is common in the Roman Catholic or Eastern Orthodox faiths. Creatures should not set about to depict the Creator, even if their intentions are noble.

Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth. Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the Lord thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me…

However, not even noble intentions can be ascribed to “Passion of the Christ: A Gay Vision” artist Douglas Blanchard, who created the exhibit for clearly blasphemous purposes.

The Amazon book summary read…

“Meet Jesus as a gay man of today in a contemporary city with The Passion of Christ: A Gay Vision. In stunning new images, the modern Christ figure is jeered by fundamentalists, tortured by Marine lookalikes, and rises again to enjoy homoerotic moments with God…The 24 paintings in the gay Passion cover Jesus’ final days, including his arrest, trial, crucifixion, and resurrection. A queer Passion is important now because Christianity is being used to justify hate and discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.”

Although this publication does not ordinarily display a 2CV (second commandment violations), we make limited exceptions if it’s for the purpose of lifting the 2CV to scorn and denunciation.

Before you is the least offensive of all the “gay portraits” of Christ. It is a depiction of Jesus turning over the tables of the money changers.

The account is recorded in Matthew 21:12 and the narrative shows Jesus overturning tables of those who were exchanging currency and providing a market for sacrificial animals at extortionary rates. The story depicts one of the manlier narratives in Jesus’ life.

One could hardly imagine a dainty, limp wristed effeminate Jesus trying to overturn a table or physically intimidate other men to the point they run for their lives.

The other images just get worse – far worse – from there.

Although the exhibit is not new (it was first publicized a number of years ago), it has now been endorsed and tweeted by Roman Catholic friar, James Martin, according to Lifesite News. Martin is a leftist American priest who is doing his best to sodomize the doctrine and tradition of the Romanist church.